These days, Less Than Jake are in their late 20s, having been around as a band for over a decade now. “Yeah, we’re old,” Happy JR tells Australia’s Beat magazine. “It’s a little bit harder to get out of the bunk without being really sore. But I’m 27 now and I do feel better, physically. And when I play I’m more confident in what I do. With stuff like that, it’s good to get older because you become more experienced and more comfortable in who you are. There’s none of those weird teenage anxiety attacks that happen when you’re a kid. It’s good to get old. Don’t fight it.”
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