„Fragebogen“ is a standard interview with 15 questions around music plus a special task. This time it’s the band Wy who answers them.
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Michel: Green Day – Bullet in a Bible or something with Depeche Mode that my dad handed down to me.
Ebba: A-Teens – The ABBA Generation (a Swedish ABBA cover band)
Michel: The first one I went to because I loved the music was a show with Aiden in Malmö. My mom had to tag along which 13 year old me didn’t like.
Ebba: Kent and Håkan Hellström (two big Swedish acts) did a double-concert in a castle garden in Helsingborg that I went to, I think I was 12.
First childhood memory related to music:
Michel: My first band. We played “Summer of ‘69” and I played keys.
Ebba: One time when I was about four years old I fell down the stairs and wouldn’t stop crying until I saw Spice Girls on the TV.
Favourite song at the moment:
Michel: Small Circle – Stuartess
Ebba: Mount Kimbie ft. King Krule – Blue Train Lines
A rather embarrassing song you like: We’re kinda into Taylor Swifts new songs…
Favourite song among your own:
Michel: Indolence. I’m proud of both Ebba’s lyrics and the music.
Ebba: Gone Wild. For the same reason.
Michel: “They look at us mockingly, like we’re stuck together, but I don’t care. I like us stuck together.” (Wy – Indolence)
Ebba: Mitski – Last Words of a Shooting Star
Michel: Crystal Castles in Malmö last fall.
Ebba: Lykke Li in Copenhagen 2014, or Francis and the lights in Lund this year.
Worst concert: Either of us can think of one!
Best concert among your own: Far i Hatten (a small bar in Malmö) around our EP-release, even though it was probably our smallest gig the crowd was really great.
Vinyl, cd or mp3?
Michel: Vinyl or cassette
Download or stream? Both: Stream
Club concert or festival? Both: Concert
Three songs that really have to be on your mixtape:
Soccer Mommy – 3am at a Party
Majical Cloudz – Downtown
Smidley – Under The Table
An album you would NOT take with you to a lonely island: Both: The Chainsmokers – Memories… Do Not Open