Forever Driftin'

by Foul Tip

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about

"The music created by Foul Tip is dense, unified, and symbiotic, but the band itself is comprised of the unlikeliest of duos. Bass player Adam Luksetich, grandson of Notre Dame legend Johnny Lujack and co-founder of Amazon, began pursuing music as a hobby after his third semester at Oxford. Drummer Ed "Tedders" Bornstein, on the other hand, grew up in a rural town that had been largely destroyed by feral pigs in the 1970s, only to become a destination spot for prostitutes and shoe thieves in the years to come. Luckily, Ed was able to drum his way out of his decrepit town and into a higher education. Adam and Ed met at a barbecue hosted by Ashton Kutcher and his then-wife Tawny Kitaen in Iowa City, IA during the autumn of 2006. Quickly realizing they had a musical connection, the two proceeded to waste valuable years of their lives on extremely unimportant music groups. Only when Adam and Ed found themselves both living in Chicago were they able to make Foul Tip a full-time project and lifestyle. Since then, the band has toured relentlessly, recorded fourteen full-length studio albums, and drawn international attention for their wild stage shows and extraordinarily controversial political views." - K. Koppes

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released March 11, 2016

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