1. We understand that you’ve already toured in several exotic countries all over the world – from Brazil to Iraq. What made you decide to perform in Seoul?
This is our second trip to Seoul. Last year we did a tour in Seoul which included a slot in Zandari Festa and Sofar Sounds. This year we were invited to be part of the Give A Home global concert series by Amnesty International and Sofar Sounds. We also were invited to perform a concert for a Seoul-based charity that helps North Korean refugees. We love Korea and would definitely hope to keep coming back again and again!
2. How do you think your concept of east-meets-west will appeal to the Korean public?
3. What are the plans for the rest of the year and what are you most excited about coming up?
The band are working on a special track with Korean indie artist JVNR called Fly that they hope to release later this year.