So, you guys have this really amazing kind of ability to make dance music that you can get a little emotional about. We think that's something that's really evolved in the last 10 years — the idea of listening to something that you can cry to on the dance floor. Is that important to you? Is that something you set out to do?
Aino: "We don't think that much when we go into the studio, but we've been DJing a lot. We moved to London two years ago and we're very into the dance vibe. And you can really hear that in our music."
Caroline: "I mean we want to make music that makes people feel."
C: "Because we want to make people feel like we felt when we wrote the song or when we recorded the song in the studio, you know? That's the best thing about performing 'I Love It' live. You can really see that people have a face in front of them. They're singing to someone. They're thinking of someone and then they're putting their fist up."
A: [Singing] "I love it!"
C: "To share that moment is incredible."
A: "I'm very happy you say that we do dance music that you almost want to cry to, because I think we love to disguise our sadness. We sing a lot about heartaches because we kind of met through that, so it's a lot of pain. But at the same time, it's lovely to disguise it in happy melodies. We love bittersweet music. That's the shit, because you can both cry and laugh — and do everything to it."