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Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen on punk ethos and the perils of overproduction

todayFebruary 22, 2020

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    Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen on punk ethos and the perils of overproduction Dina Elsayed

 

By Benjamin Restle 

We sat down with Johnny “Jacho” Bottrop and Bene Diktator from Berlin punk band Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen, which translates to “eight buckets of chicken hearts.” They explained the meaning of their unusual band name and why coming up with song lyrics should take 30 minutes tops.

Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen will release their second studio album on March 27, and play a number of shows across Germany, Austria and Switzerland this spring.

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Written by: Dina Elsayed


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