"The chorus refrains throughout the whole album, rather than through a song," adds Science. "It's set up so the B section of the chorus happens at the beginning of the album and the A section occurs at the end. So if you were to listen to it on repeat, the end of the album is the beginning of the album."
"So it's kind of circular," offers Dubs.
"Which is what you get when you do stuff," says Science. "No matter how much stuff you get done, you still have to do more stuff."
We've been told there's no such thing as a new idea, but that may well be bullshit. The new ideas are out there, they just need bands like Bunnies to root them out. And whether we're talking sweeping conceptual gesture or just a guitar that goes doink, a new idea isn't a good idea if it doesn't sound a tad crazy.
BUNNIES + MISSION OF BURMA | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | January 16 at 8 pm | 18+ | $20 | 617.563.8800 or thedise.com
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