BurningStars: How is the tour going so far?
A. Jay Popoff (vocals): The tour so far has been awesome. We've got maybe two weeks left. Been out for three weeks. But
we're pretty stoked to be playing new songs, you know. We toured for about almost two years on A Place In The Sun. Then
we went home, we chilled for a little while and wrote some new songs, made a new album. So it's like doing it all over again,
I mean it feels fresh again.

BS: Do you argue a lot on tour?
A. Jay:
Actually, usually when we're on tour we're like doing what we love so we tend to get along more on the road then
when we're at home. It's sickening, we get along most of the time, you know.

BS: Do you miss being away from home?
A. Jay: Not when we're out in short runs, like anything more than a month I start to miss home. But we're definately going
to try to like you know when we're out for like three-four weeks to go home for a day or two and then go back out just to
keep it...stay grounded you know.

BS: Have you ever had any strange fan encounters?
A. Jay: There's been a lot of them. I can't really place any of them right now. I guess it it's a fan encounter it's not really all
that strange. It's just you know usually if it's a fan it's a cool thing. If it's just some deranged freak then it's scary, then it's
weird. We usually run into positive fan experiences.

BS: What is the best gift you have received from a fan?
A. Jay: Anything Elvis! I've gotten a lot of Elvis shit, which I collect Elvis stuff, so never have too much.

BS: What is the best thing about touring?
A. Jay: Playing live. And the second best thing is meeting people who really dig what we do for a living and hearing what
they have to say about us. I think that's incredible

BS: What is the worst thing about touring?
Kevin Baldes (bass): The worst thing? being away from your friends and family. And drinking too much and getting
worn out. And getting sick on the road is by far the worst thing. Being sick on the road is a no no bad bad. Got to take your
vitamin c.

BS: What would you be doing if you were not in a band?
Kevin: I would be in a shittier band back home, still trying to like be where I am today.

BS: Do you have any advice for an aspiring musician?
Kevin: If you can find some bros that you can deal with stick with them and do what's true. And compromise with the
other guys and put a plan together and execute that plan. You know, promote, work on your song writing, make things
better, take advice from other people and really stick it out you know. And try to get along cause it's hard man, being in a
band is really hard to have to deal with other people.

BS: What is the best tour you have been on so far?
Kevin: Our headlining tour! It was amazing to play across the country and have a thousand, two thousand people come
out and see us. It was an incredible feeling for sure!

BS: Any last words?
Jeremy Popoff (guitar/vocals): I think you all are full of shit!
Kevin: I have six hours to get some sleep and hop on a plane and go to Tucson and then hop on another plane. No I got to
hop on a plane, go to Tucson, play a show, hop on another plane and go back to Philedelphia and do another show. And I
got six hours of sleep I got to get so I love you all and I'll talk to you later. Ok bye. Happy holidays! Ok bye. Happy New
Year! Ok bye. Happy Chanukah! Ok bye.
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