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KERB: Maybe It’s Luck?

Monday 15th July / presented by Taylah Strano

There aren't many bands that have survived four changes worth of RTRFM Breakfast presenters. But when there is, that usually means they're doing something right.

Late 90s punk-rock luminaries KERB have had a few reformations over the last decade, but their latest project, an autobiographical documentary, is about to see the light of day at part of Revelation Film Festival.

Film makers and band members, Steve Browne and Chad Peacock joined Breakfast with Taylah to relive the best of KERB and tease what's to come in their documentary.

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