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RYL: When do you plan to release your debut album?

These white Kids: We recently released our first single, Sneak Out, and are working on our debut album now.  No release date as of yet but should be soon!

RYL: the first single is titled “Sneak Out”, what it means for you?

These white Kids: It’s the song that started TWK. Sneaking out, partying and having fun. No permission required.

RYL: Is there a common meaning/theme between all your songs?

These white Kids: Be yourself. Don’t be afraid to be your own individual and worry about what others think. If you want to get to the top you can’t take Jimmy Bob, unless your name is Jimmy Bob.

RYL:  When you first started to make music?

These white Kids:  We both have been doing music separately for a long time.  March 2014 we started making music together and in the Summer of 2014 TWK was born

RYL: how do you, usually, write the lyrics and music of your songs?

These white Kids: We feel the beat out until an emotion sparks. Then we go off of that emotion and lay down our poetry.

We have weird minds, yet relatable to it’s a lot of fun to hear what we each write per song.

RYL: Which is your favorite rock song (lyrically speaking)?

These white Kids: NoFx please play This Song on the Radio. I think it was done in a very creative way and that’s the dream of a lot of musicians and the fact that they just simply asked for that is dope to me.

RYL: Which is the most important thing for you while doing music?

These white Kids: To never settle and be satisfied. Always want more. always try harder. Always do better.

RYL:  Which is the best verse you ever wrote?

These white Kids: I like em all! You’d have to ask the public that haha.

RYL: Which is the last song you wrote (not published yet)?

These white Kids: You Need Me More Than I Need You.

RYL: How does LA influences your music?

These white Kids: LA is sunny and colourful so we make sure our music is hot with style.


Picture taken from the Facebook profile of These White Kids

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