interrupts the conversation, laughing he states "I know
that this sounds like I'm a total control freak but I think
the Glock prefers me to talk."
"I like to think of myself as the talent," laughs
"I like to talk a lot but don’t say much,"
Their management company, the American based team behind the
rise of La Roux, claimed they could push the band for a performance
at the festival. Its the same team that set-up the Carnival
Town record label for them, all after an initial email via
the wonders of Myspace. Scott explains the situation.
"They found us on Myspace and sent a message asking,
"If we had any more songs?" We had a meeting, played
in their offices in New York, they liked it and wanted to
hear some new stuff. When we scraped together a bit of money
we recorded some new stuff, signed a deal with them and then
they put out the album."
The band's second trip prior to the signing was documented
for the website sleepontheleft.com, which includes footage
on an impromptu performance on the Staten Island ferry of
'Sharks & Bears'. Footage, which shows a burly security
"He was okay. I think he could see that we weren't causing
trouble," claims Scott. "I was really nervous about
it but at the end he came over and said, "Carry on play
another one if you want"."
So how does the song writing work for the pair?
"All the good stuff is me," laughs the Glock before
adding with impeccable comedy timing "Only joking."