Ted Leo pulls out of the campfire and into the flat (with a bit of help from director Jason Farrell and set designer Tamarra Younis) for a performance of his new song "The Little Smug Supper Club."
Ted Leo has carved a legacy for himself that is both heady in its political sensibility and advanced in its musicality. Both as a solo artist and with his band The Pharmacists, Leo's influences come from the mod revivalism of the Jam, the dubby rhythms of the Clash and the soulful meditations of Curtis Mayfield. By consistently combining his love for 60s pop and soul with an abiding mastery of 70s punk rock, Ted Leo has laid the foundation for punk and hardcore bands of the future.
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