Your band’s unique quirky image is based on a vast culmination of different synthesiser sounds that you use to try and make every album different. With Fresh Blood for Tired Vampires being your 12th album, is there ever a point where you find it difficult to make something new and different, within the quirky sound genre itself? What challenges do you face? And how do you overcome them?
You have been doing this a long time and the title of your latest album suggests that you guys might be getting a little tired. Is the end near? Or was the message to your fans that you are re-energising and there are plenty more years to come?
How easy was it for Two-handed Bob to join and integrate into the band? Why did you choose him? And Bob, how was making your first album with the guys?
I’m so gutted that I’m not able to see your show tonight, how has the tour been so far? Most of the shows have been sold out so they must have created a great atmosphere, what is the show on April 22nd for?
We’ve had more sold out shows on this your than any tour in a good long while. We keep becoming more powerful.
Any other side projects and news for your fans?
Musically, do you have any ideas of what will be your theme for next year?
How does it feel to be in a place now where you have such a strong loyal fan base that actively support you by helping to find your projects in comparison to the early days where most of the funding was from the record label?
And lastly, how will you guys all be relaxing after your tour?
666 day detox.