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Video Interview: Canterbury at Slam Dunk South Festival 2014

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Canterbury are a rock band hailing from the South of England. They’ve been going strong as a band since 2006 and have toured extensively, in addition to releasing three full-length albums and four EPs.

Signed to Hassle Records, the band’s latest full-length, Dark Days, was released on January 13 2014 and was funded by the band’s fans.

After playing the main stage at Slam Dunk South, Mike Sparks (vocalist) and Luke Prebble (bassist and vocalist) took some time to chat with us about the most annoying question they get asked, whether their new content will be fan-funded and the day’s on-stage abuse involving some rather strange objects, which you can watch below:

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