The FullBug Discloses Matters of Music and Themselves!


Hard rock four piece of an act called The FullBug, spent years playing in numerous other acts, until coming together, sometime later on, going on release some content, changing it's line-up and what not. Now that their first EP "Black Hole Syndrome", is out in the open, their past formalities are long gone, with the future looking nothing but bright! The band got together to disclose the details behind their forming, music, and further plans!


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Lavy: I met Jessie when he was the drummer for a band called “Got No Shame” in 2007, I was in my own band, our bands had a few shows together back then. A few years down the line, in 2010, I joined his band and we went on our first U.S. tour.

Jessie: So around 2012 our old band broke up but Lavy and I kept writing music with different musicians forming  "Project Revival“ with a new frontman. My brother Nadav jumped in on guitars around 2013.

Nadav:  My old band broke up at 2012. About a year after I joined “Project Revival” where I met Lavy for the first time, and well, Jessie is my big brother so we kinda knew each other for while :). They both played together for a few years already and I always loved what they do so I was psyched to join the band.

Jessie: Then we went on to record our first album together. Shortly after the album was done and released, our frontman left to do his own thing and we were stranded again.

Lavy: We decided to keep going no matter what. It actually made it a bit easier to have fewer people involved and we were not interested in doing live shows at the time, so there was no need to look for the new band members. We came up with a few songs and figured I should be the one to sing them.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

We were looking for a band name for some time. Jessie is a big Van Halen fan, and he came across their song “the full bug” and an interview with David Lee Roth, where he explains it’s a slang for “give it everything you got”. It was either this or “alison crack”. ;)

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We’re based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The music scene here is pretty diverse, it‘s not a big scene, but there are a lot of great bands in it with people who are very passionate about making music and getting it out there. Check out Lavy’s soundcloud page https://soundcloud.com/teets-mcgee, where he reposts mostly bands from the Israeli scene.

4. How would you describe your style?

It’s mostly Dirty, Loud Rock, heavily influenced by punk & southern music.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

Earlier this year, we have released our first EP, “Black Hole Syndrome”, including 4 full on rock songs. If you’re into big rock drums and loud guitar riff, you should definitely give it a listen. You can stream it on our website www.thefullbug.com.

6. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We love playing shows and we’ve been on tours with previous bands. We’re trying to figure out a way to go on tour without going bankrupt.

7. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We have two music videos in the making for the “Black Hole Syndrome” EP. And well, we’re always working on new songs, at some point we’ll take the time to completely focus on our first LP. In the meantime we would really like to travel the world playing shows and meet new people.

8. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can find The FullBug on most digital platforms including, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer and more.

You can also stream “Black Hole Syndrome” on our website www.thefullbug.com.

iTunes: https://t.co/dLEZ1iFGqo.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0On4sXvG4AYKqOSgweSWBD?si=WRdjAcvUTgStz3yA2M4OdA.

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