Chris Head and Chris "#2" Barker know a good thing when they hear it. So when the two long-time members of Pittsburgh punk outfit Anti-Flag heard the songs their good friend Roger Harvey was busy penning, they knew they had to be a part of it. Didn't matter if they had grown used to the fans, comfortable tour buses, lavish summer festivals, and really any of the comforts that come with being a successful, international touring outfit. The boys, along with drummer Tyler Kweder, wanted to tough it out behind their newfound band. Calling themselves White Wives
, the quartet holed up in a Nashville studio to record their debut album Happeners
, and then set off in a van to tour their hearts out behind the album. In our latest session video, we met up with the band (now 2 members stronger) in a practice studio in Midtown Manhattan to discuss the project as well as get a firsthand account of the songs that inspired White Wives to come together, as well as the product of their union.
Watch the full video at Baeblemusic.com