When Hot Hot Heat started out, their sound was radically different. ”We used to be a lot more technical and noisy and heavy,” Steve Bays, the group’s keyboardist and singer told Joan Anderman of the Boston Globe. ”It was a sort of disco-synth punk. But I was doing poppier stuff on my own, and we kind of decided to start writing a different kind of song.” Boston.com has since removed the article.
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