What is your favourite tour memory?
Earlier this year we played Isle of Wight and then Bushstock back to back, which was fun. Our set at Isle of Wight started at 1am and we needed to be in Shepherd’s Bush the next morning. After we finished at 2am we took all of our gear back to the van and, because of the rain we ended up sleeping in the back with our instruments to stay dry. After hardly any sleep we got up at 5am and caught the first ferry back to the motherland to play Bushstock. It was hard to keep our eyes open, but well worth it.
If you could listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?
'Something' by The Beatles
'A Case of You' by Joni Mitchell
'Heroes' by David Bowie
'Cissy Strut' by The Meters
What is your favourite venue to perform in?
Defectors Weld at Bushstock. We were rammed on a small stage, but the crowd was great. They opened the windows, so lots of people were looking through the windows on the street outside.
Hoxton Bar and Kitchen rocked my world.
Yeah, the sound guy at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen made us sound big. We were played on Radio One for the first time five minutes before we went on stage too, so that made it even better.
Playing at the Notting Hill Arts Club is always fun. When we played the Communion club night the room was full and majorly sweaty. The tunes they played long into the night afterwards were pretty decent too.
In one sentence, how would you describe your music?
We trust you to make your own mind up:https://soundcloud.com/weareosca/blood.
What’s the story/inspiration behind ‘Blood’?
“It’s a story of feeling in limbo and holding on in hope for reassurance” - Kenworthy. J, 21, broken-hearted.