Rudely Interrupted Album Review
Written by Rob Stewart on January 11, 2015
An Interrupting Breathe Of Life
‘I Am Alive’ album by Rudely Interrupted
Reviewed by Rob Stewart
Inspirational is an adjective that gets thrown about far too often with a blindingly reckless regard to the true essence of the word.
But Melbourne based band Rudely Interrupted are inspiration’s metaphorical boss!
Singer / Songwriter / Guitarist / Keyboardist and Vocalist Rory Burnside was born without eyes, has Asperger’s Syndrome and was born with a cleft palate. He now proudly leads a band of physically challenged musical heavy weights with the help of Rohan Brooks band member and manager who has worked with the likes of JET, Morrissey, Tim Finn and The Vines.
Rudely Interrupted also have the notoriety of being the first indie pop band to perform at the United Nations in New York City in 2008.
They make perfect slices of pop creativity that breathe life into an otherwise dull day. Their latest release is called I Am Alive, and you will be too after you listen and learn.
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