iDKHOW -  "Choke"  | Live From The Rooftop Presented by The Noise

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Photo Credit: Amanda Canton

If quirky electronic rock songs played via the ukulele are your thing or you haven't quite grown out of your pop-punk phase (don’t worry, neither have we), our sister site The Noise has something just for you. Shot on top of our Live Nation roof, The Noise and alt-rock duo I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, featuring Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman, recorded a stripped-down rendition of their spunky death track “Choke.”

And as if that wasn’t enough, Weekes and Seaman also sat down with The Noise to discuss their Fearless Records debut 1981 Extended Play as well as the future of their self-proclaimed “bamd.”  

To read more, head here.

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