Hi Will and Woody, you’re sub-headlining one of the biggest festivals of Europe today. Are you nervous about that?
Woody: I think, we’re okay. Dan and Kyle get more nervous than Will and I. It’s always a bit nerve-racking, but there’s more excitement now. We’ve done a few gigs and we’re quite comfortable playing now.
Will: I get a little hesitant when playing the new songs, ’cause they’re not completely in my memory yet and have to think a lot what I’m doing. I give it a couple months and I’ll definitely be there.
Doom Days is indeed still very fresh. Is the album what you expected it to be?
Will: I mean, we definitely set effort to sound a little more concise than on the previous ones.
Woody: We tried to move things on musically, because the last album was much more “bandier” and guitar-infused. This time, we wanted to do something which was inspired by ’90s rave music, but with an interesting narrative.
Will: Yeah, I think, it wasn’t really what our fans were expecting, but we really wanted to make it.