Greg Gonzalez has a knack for making people cry.
Music Week meets him after the latest incident, which occurred on an autumn night outside Philadelphia’s Union Transfer venue. You see, things tend to get very emotional when Cigarettes After Sex are in town.
“I met a couple in their forties and they greeted me with tears,” the frontman says. “They had lost a friend in a car accident and they said our music had been helpful to them, it was ...
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