2012's The Kids Are Up To No Good is the sophomore effort from young Moss, Norway rockers Death by Unga Bunga and follow-up to the band's auspicious 2010 debut Juvenile Jungle. The Kids Are Up To No Good consists of 13 quality rock tunes with elements of punk, garage, soul, power pop and surf. The lyrics are mainly about exactly what rock should be about; girls, intoxication and dancing. The album was recorded at Six Feet Over studio in Oslo and produced by Sjur Lyseid. The name Death by Unga Bunga is taken from the record title of legendary mummy-punk rockers The Mummies, which was an influential band in the revival scene of garage rock in the '80s and '90s. DBUB's sound is also partly inspired by this scene. That said, DBUB never sound dated, and they offer a fresh and exciting approach to the genre and the music.