We caught up with Charlie Pullinger and Aaron Lee of garage-rock band BullyBones after their blistering performance in the Woodland Bar yesterday.
Q) How did the band initially form?
CP) Me and the guitarist Aaron were friends and started playing guitar bits with each other. We decided to form a band and advertised for a bassist in the paper- we found Illy! Elliot, our drummer, stepped in to replace the previous one.
Q) Who would you say your music is most influenced by?
CP) The Cramps, Iggy & the Stooges, The Doors, Duane Eddy and anything garage or rock ‘n’ roll.
Q) What do you like about playing at festivals?
CP) We like the relaxed atmosphere around the site. We played two sets at the Isle of Wight Festival earlier this year in the JackRocks and Hey Joe tents which was great!
Q) What has been your most memorable moment whilst playing in the band?
CP) Probably guitarist Aaron breaking his foot. We had to help him up a set of stairs before he had to go on stage at a venue in Newport, sat on a wheelchair.
Q) How would you describe the Fringe in three words?
CP) Rad… and free.
Thanks very much lads for taking the time out do this interview!
Interviewer: Luke Joynes