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The Best Of The Bands’ Reactions To The Super Bowl

Chris Chandler
Chris Chandler 2 February 2015 at 13.28

Woo! Yeah! Go Team Sports!

Last night marked the biggest date in the NFL calendar - Super Bowl 49 - as reigning champions the Seattle Seahawks were pitted against the high-flying New England Patriots. For those of you that didn't slog it through 'til 3 am for the final score, the Patriots came through to win by 4 points, after coming back from a 10 point defecit. With the Seahawks' quarterback fluffing it magnificently just seconds away from back-to-back glory, it had us on the edge of our seats up until the final seconds. As it turns out some of your favourite bands enjoyed the whole shebang, too.


With Modern Baseball in our neck of the woods for the festivities, they had to get used to our weird ways.


Real Friends also got in on the action. They were far more concerned about the halftime show, though.


As was The Story So Far's Kelen Capener. Dirty Kelen.


Even We Are Harlot man Danny Worsnop got into the spirit of things. Sorta.


Memphis May Fire's Matty Mullins was his usual smiley self about the whole situation...


... while his guitarist Anthony Sepe made this startling confession.


On planet We Came As Romans, frontman Kyle Pavone was busy making the big musical predictions of 2015.


Guitarist Josh Moore however, had the halftime snack on the brain.


Meanwhile, Neck Deep kept things vague and non-committal. 


Of Mice & Men's Aaron Pauley was quick to switch allegiance.

 


Asking Alexandria's Cameron Liddell had the right idea.


The Wonder Years' Dan 'Soupy' Campbell is a big football fan, and was rather indifferent about it all in the end.


State Champs' Ryan Scott Graham threw his well-informed hat into the ring with this exclusive footage of the average football fan.


Veil Of Maya's Marc Okubo had this thought-provoking addition to the matter.


Everyone lost their goddamn minds when Transit's 'Long Lost Friends' played before one of the many ad breaks.

 

 

 

 


And needless to say, they were pretty stoked on the whole situation too.



Overall by the looks of it, a damn fine time was had by all. Here's to next year, football fans!

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