Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd tells Entertainment Weekly that the band has yet to create their best work. “I love the records we’ve created, but I know that our defining work, our ‘Joshua Tree,’ has yet to be seen,” he admits. “So it’s very exciting. I’m also really excited about bands like the White Stripes and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and the Hives. Those are bands that are that really f—ing cool; they’re very retro. They’re doing stuff that’s been done before, but for some reason I’m really, really happy that bands like that are being recognized right now.” The full story at ew.com has since been removed.
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