No festival is complete without an alcohol fuelled (literally & figuratively) go-kart with bull horns. The organisers were a bunch...

No festival is complete without an alcohol fuelled (literally & figuratively) go-kart with bull horns. The organisers were a bunch of chilled hippie dudes who let us tear up the beach before soundcheck. Extremely messy & loads of fun. Let's just say you definitively should drink & kart kiddies...

As soon as we have a big ass tour bus we're getting one for the road. Done and done.

Played at a festival on a lake in Switzerland. Killer view from the stage! I had a pretty big fail...

Played at a festival on a lake in Switzerland. Killer view from the stage!

I had a pretty big fail during the gig though. It was in the French-speaking part of Switzerland & we'd just come from France. So when I heard everyone speaking French I had a minor brain fart...

First I told the crowd how much we love France. Cue the confused looks... Then I talked about how awesome French wine was. Nothing... I was getting pretty confused by this stage, especially since everyone was going off for the songs.

It wasn't until 20 minutes later that I heard the other guys' muffled laughter behind me and Kay finally said "uh... we're in Switzerland dude." EPIC FAIL! The crowd thought it was hilarious.

Loading out after the show in Bern. They take the term "underground club" to a whole other level in this...

Loading out after the show in Bern. They take the term "underground club" to a whole other level in this part of Switzerland. All the cool bars & venues are in basements under the street. Felt a bit like performing in a bunker- awesome vibe, but the load out sucks! Need roadies... 

The place is called ONO & it's a regular haunt of ours. The guys are super supportive of the arts and always let us crash with 'em. Which is lucky because Switzerland is stupidly expensive. Bought a ham & cheese sandwich from a grocery store and it cost 8 euro?!