Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Release Online Documentary


(TeamRock Radio) Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have released an online documentary titled Year Of The Snake charting the band's first 12 months together. They played for the first time at San Bleu, Dalston, on May 14, 2015, and have gone on to play 61 shows across the UK and Europe. The short shows singer Carter at home with his family, in the studio and on stage - where he refers to his live performances as "scream therapy."

Carter says: "I never thought I'd be a musician - I still can't really play an instrument. I was always a better performer. I could be onstage and have the confidence to manipulate the situation for the benefit of me. I never thought I'd play music so I wanted to be a tattoo artist - I could draw better than I could sing.

"It's scream therapy. You see those kids at the show and they're tearing the mic off you, singing every word, they've got their f***ing hand in your face and I'm like, 'Just have the f***ing mic. Just take it.'

"Then you watch them and they're just doing exactly what I'm doing - just getting it all out. Then you see them later and they say, 'Thank you, that meant a lot to me.' But it means a lot to me. It means a lot that I can write songs that connect with people." Watch the documentary here.

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