Owen Sutter, violin & bodrahn : "We have a bus, but it’s still very important to get some space when you need it. If you have a van, you basically sit touching people all day, and that can make you go crazy."
Laura Bergmann, vocals, flute & percussion: "Sometimes you’re waking up early, you’re not getting any sleep… There’s kind of this understanding that all is forgiven, because touring is a very rigorous thing to do and you can’t take anything too seriously - -- the conditions that we’re working under are so crazy."
George Samaan, trombone: "It’s not smiles and sunshine all the time, and it's always little dumb things like someone might be late, like, two minutes. It’s never like an actual issue, more like you’re a bunch of brothers and sisters living in the same room in a house, arguing over 'his piece of chicken is bigger than mine.'"
Owen: "Take a couple of seats to yourself in a corner, get on your laptop and sorta get in a position where you can’t see anybody, and space out for two hours."