Sehr erfreulich, wenn so frische, neue Bands wie die Londoner The See See den Weg nach Stuttgart finden. Am 28. März werden sie im Tonstudio mit ihrem psychedelischen Retropop den Soundtrack für den Post-Wahltag liefern.
What was the most wonderful gig you ever played?
Das Haus in Kassel is a great place to play, although we got so shitfaced we can’t remember much after, but we assume it was wonderful.
Where would you absolutely love to play?
Please describe your worst studio experience.
It always goes really well. The worst experience was once when Richard and Kev argued over a cigarette, we argue more on tour.
What would your music sound like if Elvis had never existed?
The title of the book that touched you most is…
Which ringtone do you use?
Kev uses Little Tease.
The most beautiful love song ever is called…
Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands.
Which song (except your own songs) do you know by heart?
You’re So Bad – Tom Petty.
Boxer shorts or briefs?
Richard wears none. Exclusive.
Which Beatles song deserves a decent cover (by you)?
She Said She Said.
Which TV show is essential?
The Muppet Show.
Please tell us your favourite joke.
How many singers does it take to change a lightbulb? One to hold the lightbulb while the world revolves around them.
Describe the perfect stage outfit.
Your favourite candy?
What would you be today if you had not become a pop star?
In which band would you like to play (except your own)?
What’s your favourite instrument?
The greatest musical genius (dead or alive)?
The most beautiful woman in showbusiness?
How would you spend an unexpected gift of 1000 Euro (you’re not allowed to
invest in alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, holidays or prostitution)?
A day at the Nurburgring.
So, I think this will be your first time in Stuttgart with The See See, what are your expectations?
Sausage, beer, and maybe some food.