Californian punk rockers Lagwagon have been at this game for a little while now, having released their eighth full-length record ‘Hang’ not too long ago, their first in nine years. The reason for the delay? The band wanted to have a bit of a hiatus, with frontman Joey Cape for one exploring a solo career for some time. At one point, it was unclear whether or not another full album would ever surface.
Alas, here we are, with another Lagwagon album and the band on the road on a UK headline tour to promote the record. Whilst at the Manchester date of their headline run, we caught up with frontman Joey Cape to talk about ‘Hang’, how it feels to be back on the road, and a bit more.