David McCormack (Custard)

Wed 7 September 2016

David McCormack used to sing 'Girls Like That (Don’t Go For Guys Like Us)'. Now he sings 'We Are The Parents (Our Parents Warned Us About)'.

The lead singer of Custard may have grown up, but he’s still a crack-up, telling Barry Divola about his Devo obsession, his terrible teenage band and his inability to distinguish different types of apples while working in a supermarket.

Hear him share stories as he spins classics from John Lennon, Devo, Mental As Anything and more.

Custard are playing Dress Up Attack on Saturday September 17 - get tix through Moshtix

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