Like A Storm

Like A Storm

We sit down this week to chat with Chris, Kent and Matt from Like A Storm at the Warner Music headquarters in Auckland.  Really fun interview, super cool guys.  Find out more about their early beginnings, which one just got married (sorry girls) and who got the foot rubs on tour.

Like A Storm’s latest single, “Love the Way You Hate Me“, recently broke a US radio station record. The hard rock song, which features singer Chris Brooks playing the didgeridoo, shattered the existing record on 101.5fm The Banana’s “Cockfight” song competition – by winning every single night for an entire month. The station’s listeners chose “Love the Way You Hate Me” night after night, as Like A Storm defeated a range of established competitors including Halestorm, Saving Abel, and The Pretty Reckless. After a winning streak of over a month, 101.5fm The Banana retired the undefeated song, labeling the New Zealand band “Kings of the Cockfight”.

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