How do you usually write the lyrics of your songs?
The process is never the same.
We’ve talked about it and we both kind of have ideas that we write down when they pop into our minds, and kind of piece them together or elaborate on the idea or piece of lyric later.
What is the best verse you ever wrote?
That’s difficult for us to say
And the one of your favorite song ?
Too many to narrow it down to one!
Can you tell us more about the song “Leave”?
Leave is a breakup song. A bad breakup specifically.
What inspired “buttercream”?
Buttercream is a love song, pure & true.
It’s about falling in love when maybe the situation doesn’t seem right, but it’s a type of right-as-rain situation.
A personal/diary entry kind of song.
Are you happy about the success your debut album has obtained so far?
we’ve had a lot of good feedback and that feels real nice.
Do you remember the day you wrote “No Hope”?
No Hope is actually the only song that Rachel and I sat down and collaborated fully on.
We used lyrics we had both written separately and put the music together the same day and it came out great.
What does music mean to you?
Music in general is immensely important to all of us. Listening to music, seeing it live, reading about it, collecting vinyl records.
Writing and recording music is really satisfying.
Playing live is really challenging for people as shy and nervous as we are but strangely also very satisfying.
What makes you happy in life?
food, sleep, music, dogs, funny things.