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On Song: Ryan Jarman of The Cribs

16th May, 2015
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Ryan Jarman (left): ‘The minute I feel like we’re preaching to the converted, that’s when we’ll stop’

You guys have been prolific previously in terms of releases – why the three-year gap this time out?

We were gonna have a gap after the third record. That was when we kind of ended up getting into more of a mainstream position, and it was really fucking stressful. I mean, it was cool; I’m very grateful for it, but it wasn’t really what we intended on happening. Then Johnny [Marr] joined, and it was...

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