have diphthongs like "ie" and "ou". We
don't have those kind of pronunciations. I think that also
there might be some subconscious thing that we want to reach
out to more than just people from Sweden. English is the international
language. All the bands that we listen to sing in English,
that's probably an influence. When I was young I thought English
was cool, I could hear it on the telly on the radio.”
How has it been for Caroline being in a band with three guys?
"Nowadays I don't think about it really because we've
been together for so long," she begins. "Our tour
manager is a guy and so is our sound engineer. There are times
on tour when I wish there was another girl member that I could
talk to but its okay, it works. The guys are pretty straight
forward they don't talk shit behind your back that I find
girls can do some times. The guys don't gossip, I think its
fun but they don't do that."
Do you think that being in a band has changed you at all?
"I don't think we've changed," claims Caroline.
"I think the opinion of us from the people around us
has a little bit. I don't think that I've changed. It's weird
that my hobby has become my profession. Being in a band will
change things for you, but as a person I wouldn't say I’ve
Further discussions; reveal Caroline's interest in knowing
what's going on.
"The band make fun of me because I make lists to questions
to ask our lawyer," she laughs.
Would it be wrong to suggest that Caroline is the boss of
the band, keeping them under control?
"Yeah," says a smiling Johan whilst nodding his
head frantically. >>