Gaspard Augé: "I have maybe ten different versions of the same jacket. For ten years I couldn’t find a jacket that fit me. But there’s a shop in Paris, and every time I go there I find the same jacket in a different color, and it fits me, so I have to buy it."
Xavier de Rosnay: "I don’t know, because it's been a long time. We haven’t toured, so maybe things are different now, but when we were touring but it was pretty much the same everywhere."
Xavier de Rosnay: "We are working on it right now. We’ll see."
You made your last record with very simple tools — was your process similar with this album?
Xavier de Rosnay: Yeah kind of. Normally we have a really minimal setup in our studio. The new album was written the same way that the first album was written, which was a very conventional way — a simple way of writing it on piano and guitars. Then we would just record them and produce them for the songs. We used less Garage Band this time — we didn’t use it at all, actually."
Xavier de Rosnay: "We were listening to the same things as before. We like millions of different things, but there’s not one thing that we like more than the others. You hear Thin Lizzy — I think you are first person to mention Thin Lizzy — and I guess everybody hears something different in the record. And this is what’s great about music. I can tell you that this is influenced by this, or that or, whatever. But in the end, listening to the record is such a personal experience. It’s cool that you hear Thin Lizzy and someone else will hear something else."
Xavier de Rosnay: "A blowjob."