Tony Hawk was age 9 when his older brother gave him a blue fiberglass skateboard, chipped and scratched from years of use. The first time Tony stepped on it and rolled down an alley behind the family’s house in San Diego, there was no epiphany, no revelation … no foreshadowing whatsoever that he would go on to become the most famous skateboarder of all time. He reached the end driveway, looked back at his brother and shouted, “How do I turn?”
Birdskulls want to take you back to those days when you were still happy and got combos on Tony Hawk Pro Skater, and generally were the sort of person who peope respected and had a life that could be measured in terms of levels achieved on Tony Hawk Pro Skater. Good Enough is taken from their upcoming Lp Trickle which promises to be a real thrill. Birdskulls are part of that famous Brighton scene you’re always hearing so much about although they’re actualy from Exeter. Birdskulls will probably follow you back on Twitter. Birdskulls are great.