Adam: We were here quite a long time. Three or four days, I think.
George: It was my 21st birthday so we had a really good time. It was incredible. I say, we probably lived it up a bit too much. We felt really welcome here and the show went really well. It was intimate and everyone was really into it.
Adam: We went to the Seoul Tower. Korean barbecue obviously. We drank a bit of rice wine.
George: Oh yeah, of course. I have to admit we’re probably more inspired by rural landscapes than urban landscapes. I always feel like we’re just getting a bit of a taste of the world.
Adam: Bulgogi. Kimchi and bulgogi. [Laughs]
George: We really liked it. We talked to all our friends about it. It’s kinda similar to Japan in the sense that everyone is really friendly. In England, everyone is so in your face and intense.
Adam: There were so many screams.
George: I got a cake. A birthday cake. I don’t know how they knew [it was my birthday].
Adam: And flowers.
George: I hope the crowd is as into it as they were before.
George: Last time we played, it was almost all [locals] that came to our show and we loved it, because there was so much excitement about everything. We’d love for the Korean [fanbase] to come out again because we don’t like going to a show and playing for the same audience we’d meet in England. That happened one time in Singapore.
Adam: We’re lucky because we have a wide range of audience. And it changes so massively across the globe.
George: We’re playing as DJs now but realistically even if we were playing as a band, it would be similar. And we could play as a band, without anything like track. I think our music is right in between the two of being live and being electronic. And you could easily take it either way. You can listen to it as daytime music and you can listen to it as club music. That means we have a good wide spectrum.
Adam: That we want to say?
George: I have to admit, it wasn’t crazy but we played a festival in Mexico and it was paradise. We played after one of our favorite bands ever. All our friends were there and we ended up swimming around one of the rivers around the festival.
Adam: That was pretty up there.
Adam: We’re going to see some of the touristy sights. There are a few museums I’d like to see.
George: We’re going to go back to Seoul Tower and see if we can find the padlock we put in two years ago. And add our tour manager’s name to it if we can find it. It won’t be easy. I think I can find it. I’m excited.