"If you’re funny, if there’s something that makes you laugh, then every day’s going to be okay."
"People come up to me in London. It’s weird, since it’s bigger over here, you’d expect more people to come up to me, but actually in London, I get more people. I think over here people are so used to seeing someone off the TV or movies that they just don’t really care. But in London it’s kind of rare."
Among the first musical instruments were flutes carved from human bone.
I took a photo of us, mid-embrace. When I am old and alone I will remember that I once held something truly beautiful.
"Ain’t It Fun" has become an anthem. When you first wrote it, did you have any idea it would become this massive?
"We took so long making this album that we couldn’t help but be disconnected with what was going on with music at the time. It was about how we felt in the moment, what was inspiring us and what made us excited to be in a band again, and it’s so weird that those same songs are the ones that gave us the most success. Some of them are the poppiest things we’ve ever written…"Ain’t It Fun" was like word vomit; it just came out, and now everybody’s singing it, it’s on the radio, it’s really cool. I don’t know if you get that twice in your career. This is the first time we’ve experienced it, and I’m just really thankful." x