friendly but you have to remember that these people are businessmen,"
states the Glock. "You think that spending a lot of time
with people you think you can get that sort of friendship
bond but you have to keep reminding yourself that there are
not your mates. They keep telling us to keep receipts."
He takes a sip from his drink. “We're incapable of keeping
receipts, we'll just loose them and it's not the way we work.
We're not money seekers."
"It's a large learning curve," states Scott.
Have they learned anything significant?
"When we went to SXSW for 4 days I forgot to turn off
the 'data roaming' on my iphone and I got a bill for a thousand
pounds," laughs Scott. "I also find it more nerve
racking playing to lots of people. If there are less people
you can look them all in the eyes." He laughs again,
"and that's when I start making mistakes."
Interviewed by Andrew Mclean 2010
Photography © The
Candle Thieves & ©