Which venue would you rather play – a superclub, a small dingy bar or an alternative music festival?
Why? They can all be great but I think the one for us at the moment is festivals. They’re great because coming from the underdog angle that we are we get to show what we’re made of to audiences who have not yet heard of us or are not there to see us. When we can turn a festival upside-down you really feel like you’ve won fans What’s the meaning behind the title of your latest album, In Silico? The album has no particular meaning; it’s just another piece of the puzzle. But In Silico the title itself is a play on words from the Nirvana album In Utero. In Silico is Latin for ‘born artificially’. And that holds meaning for the album as almost all of the album was recorded with real instruments and played by real people, but at the core it’s essentially synthetic, torn to bits cut up and rearranged in a computer. Looking back at your debut album Hold Your Colour, it was pretty straightforward drum and bass. What would you say are some of the main differences between that album and In Silico