From Tim Armstrong to Mark Ronson: The icons who inspired Aimee Interrupter

The Interrupters vocalist Aimee Interrupter is an absolute icon – not just musically in the ska scene, but as a human being who, in a life-spanning interview with Kerrang!, shared that, ​“I’ve suffered… I’ve had to fight for survival.” But who’s kept her going? The singer breaks down some of the people who’ve made Aimee who she is today… Tim Armstrong “Rancid​’s …And Out Come The Wo...

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