Stooshe think their lyrics are unsuitable for youngsters
Story filed by Mikey on April 16, 2012
Gurning songbirds Stooshe don’t want their fanbase to have a clue what they’re singing about.
Sending the disingenuousometer into overdrive, Karis told Metro: ”We hope that if kids are listening to it they just pick up more on the melody rather than the lyrics and they don’t actually understand what we’re saying.”
The trio hope that grown-ups, meanwhile, can relate to such poetic musings as “don’t be leaving me no pearl necklace”, “every hole’s a goal for spotty juve saps” and the subtle metaphor “fuck me”.
Karis explained: “Adults will understand what we’re saying and maybe buy into us because of that.”
Maybe Karis, yes.