The Huge Pink’s frontman Robbie Furze had a love/hate relationship with their largest hit ‘Dominos’.
The 2009 indie monitor – which was sampled on Nicki Minaj’s monitor ‘Ladies Fall Like Dominoes’ – is a fan-favourite and the band would by no means do their followers a disservice by not together with it of their setlist, however the singer admits he is “matured” since then and it is not the place he’s “musically” now.
Talking completely to BANG Showbiz, Robbie mentioned: “There was such part of my life the place I had a love/hate for that music however , with out ‘Dominos’, I would not nonetheless be a musician. So there is a large a part of me which I owe lots to that music. Musically, I do not suppose I am actually there anymore as a result of I really feel like I’ve matured lots since ‘Dominos’. However , it is nonetheless an awesome music. Some folks nonetheless adore it. I do not suppose it is really aged in any respect in 10 years. I feel that is an actual testomony to an unique sounding music. I went by means of a stage of hating it as a result of , it was a music the place folks solely knew us for ‘Dominos’ and I used to be like, ‘Effectively what about all the opposite songs that we did?’ And everybody could be like, ‘Simply play ‘Dominos’. However you may’t not love your hit. You’ve acquired to respect.”
It was steered that the band attempt to create a viral TikTok for the music, however Robbie is not .
He mentioned: “Somebody was making an attempt to say that a few years in the past. To movie ladies falling right into a pool or one thing.
We’re a era that doesn’t notably perceive TikTok, and once we first began Instagram did not even exist. Can we not simply go on tour?”
The Huge Pink are supporting HARD-Fi at Stand Up To Most cancers at Union Chapel on February 6.
Tickets price £35 +reserving payment and are on sale now from www.myticket.co.uk.