Photo by Shannon Cottrell Very nearly a schoolteacher, J.P. Pitts
pursue a different career." We have no problem with that, but with tuition prices always on the rise, the question missing here is why
didn't Pitts leave school sooner? Their album has sold 18,000 copies, after all.
Much of the feature focuses on how Pitts and his bandmates are getting a
different primer, Hype 101, out on the road.
"It's a little nerve-wracking, since everyone is waiting
around like a
pack of wolves to trash our next record. We've come up pretty fast, so
there's a lot of backlash already."
Not everyone, dude. But it will sure shut a lot of people up if
the next album's not a rush job.
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Two local Surfer Blood gigs featuring the Turbo Fruits are on the
horizon: April 20 at Respectable Street in West Palm Beach and April 22
at the Ten
in One Music Festival at Bal Harbour Resort & Spa in Miami.