Die Broadway Killers aus Dänemark haben gerade ihre ersten Deutschlandkonzerte absolviert und sind willige Opfer für unsere Kategrorie Nachgefragt…
I am… changing “I am” into “We are”, answering with Broadway Killers!
I would never ever… Just play music.
I would instantly… Tell people to focus on various things in life, follow their hearts and open their minds for different ways of living and thinking. The power lies in the detail, the detail is exposed in the contrasts and the contrasts are where the gold is.
In my next life… There won’t be a next life, so I live this to the edge.
If only I had known… what I know now, when I was 21 then things would have been a lot different than they are now.
It is long overdue… Since the labels had the power they think they have. Hopefully the electronic evolution will kill all the business people talking shit, thinking they ‘Hot shots’ with all their empty words. We want honesty back!
Sex, Drugs & Rock’n’Roll… Is the most hard-lived cliché of rock ‘n’ roll music. On the one hand it is something everyone should try, but not get stuck in. On the other (and bigger) hand it is a pathetic expression of a totally devastating lifestyle. I never use the term, I never liked the term and I never lived the term. It’s something I connect with 80s glam rock bands, metal bands and bad wannabe bands. The moment you feel the need to say “I’m rock” or “I live the sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle”, is the moment everybody knows you’re not. People who are cool don’t need to verbalise it.
A band worth seeing live… Billy Talent. They’re not that popular anymore, but I saw them playing a small club some months ago, 200-300 people maybe, and they are still amazing!
A band I would have loved to see… The Beatles. I wish I had lived in the 50s-60s. What an amazing time.
The best show we ever played… Opening for Beatsteaks in Aarhus.
The worst show we ever played… Pforzheim.
The best thing in our band history… is that we started the band. I never had more fun in a band than playing with Emil and ST. It is truly our friendship that keeps this band together. We are a unit on and off stage.
The worst thing in our band history… is that we started the band so late in our career. We should have done this years ago.
Looking back… I am thrilled about the experiences, crazy moments and cool people I met through music.
In 10 years… I am looking back thinking “what a great youth I had” with big smile on my face and a drink in my hand. I am/We are really not seeking fame or glory. We just do what we feel like, keeping our integrity and hearts in the things we do, and still knowing that there are other things in life than rock music.