Punk in a Nutshell: Interview With Crying Nut
Many bands break up after just a few years together, Crying Nut has been a band for over 20 years now. What do you think keeps you together? Any tips for young bands that are just starting?
Sangmyun Lee: We know we’re not perfect. I’m not a great guitarist. Our vocalist doesn’t sing well, and our drummer and bassist are not extremely awesome either. But we work really well together. We’ve learned that by relying on one another we can make some pretty cool music. But if one member is missing, things don’t work as well.
Thanks for answering some questions for me! Any last thoughts for your fans that are looking forward to your US performances?
Yoonsik Park: We’re coming to see you really soon! Are you ready? We hope you can come get wild and have fun with us during our upcoming American tour!
Crying Nut has a few gigs lined up over the next couple weeks. Check the list and catch them if they come to your neighborhood.
Tuesday, March 11: Austin, TX – 10:30 pm, at Elysium (Official SXSW Showcase)
Thursday, March 13: Austin, TX – 5:15 pm at Spider House Cafe and Ballroom (The Texas Rock N Roll Massacre 2)
Friday, March 14: Austin, TX – 4:30 pm at The Dog & Duck Pub (Exchange Entertainment presents)
Saturday, March 15: Austin, TX – 6 pm at Antone’s Records (Freddie Steady’s 14th Annual Frontier a Go Go Rock & Roll Hootenanny)
Sunday, March 16: San Antonio, TX – at Limelight
Tuesday, March 18: Los Angeles, CA at – Cafe Nela