Their Tom Petty-goes-shoegaze sound made them stars, but sensitive frontman Adam Granduciel wasn’t ready for the spotlight. Ahead of their Forbidden Fruit headline performance, he talks to Ed Power about embracing his inner rock god and making peace with the Petty and Springsteen comparisons.
The last time Hot Press spoke to Adam Granduciel, the War...
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