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We did an interview with one of our new favorite bands Sofi Tukker before the concert in Istanbul / Babylon.
Tell us who you are?
We are a funny combination of really different people, Sophie + Tucker.
When did you form your band? What inspired you to make music together?
We formed our band while we were still at college. We were inspired to fuse our super different influences together to make something uniquely us.
Who does what for the band? (As in, who sings? Who plays instruments? Who makes beats?)
The lines between who does what are really blurry. Generally, Sophie sings and plays the guitar and Tucker plays the book tree and produces on the computer but it’s all super collaborative and we like switching roles when we can!
What are you working on right now?
A full length album… really excited to share this stuff !!!
What’s the craziest thing that’s happened on tour?
There are so many crazy things but one recent night stands out – after our show in Dallas, we walked into a rave with an epic DJ set by Todd Terry. There was every type of person there, so open and free and dancing like crazy.
How does the lyrical element come with your EP Soft Animals?
It comes from life and is all over the place! It’s either really personal from Sophie or it’s kind of purposefully nonsensical or it’s Brazilian poetry!