Why hello and welcome to The Music Meetup (formerly known as Discovery Corner), brought to you by Levi’s.
This week we interview North Carolina-based band Paint Fumes and they fucking rule!
We chatted with frontman Elijah Von Cramon about the music, panic attacks, getting hit by a truck, and what Paint Fumes mean to him. Their sound is punk rock with a little bit of catchy pop thrown in there to keep you hooked and wanting more.
They recently released their album “If It Ain’t Paint Fumes, It Ain’t Worth A Huff,” and lordy lord. It’s amazing! If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself–we play the whole damn thing on this episode!
Make sure to follow Paint Fumes online and don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artists feature on them!
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