This is the most asked question ever, but how are you doing?
Lars: I’m very happy to be here. It’s fun to finally get out again after being locked inside a house. Stuff like this is very, very freeing.
Were you able to be creative while stuck at home, or were the walls closing you in?
BRYN: At one point, I was very creative, but then there was nothing to do and nothing to write about. The things I wrote about were from the past, so it was a good moment to reflect on past events, but then I got a bit bored of living in the past, and I stopped writing, I guess. Then exams came, and every time I have exams, I procrastinate, and I make music, but it was a different process from when everything is open: I can party, and I can write about what I am living at the moment. Now it was just going back to the past for me.
Lars: For me, it was in the beginning really challenging, but then I found a way to put it to good use because I have my company that sells cards. So then I thought, “Okay, this is the perfect time to send people cards because we can’t see each other, and a text is not that personal!” So we made cards specifically for Covid, and that went really well. That’s how I stayed sane because I kept on working.