When Sahara Hotnights started in the remote northern hamlet of Robertsfors, the founding quartet of high-school girlfriends said they made music because otherwise they would have gone stir-crazy. “The place we’re from is just 2,000 people, really small,” Sahara Hotnights’ Maria Andersson tells the New York Daily News. “We had to go to the next town if we even wanted to see a band or any part of the hard-core scene. So I guess it was the classic thing — boredom creates creativity.” The full article at nydailynews.com has since been removed or relocated.
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