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Fiction Plane Interview (pg.2)

Fiction Plane's first CD is Everything will never be ok.
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Sindy:Is there any band or artist out there you'd like to tour with, or work with, in the future?
Seton:As for touring, it'd be great to be touring with Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, The Roots. Really, there are so many we'd love to tour with. We just went on the road with Corporate and Lifehouse. If you had said to me, you'll be touring with Lifehouse and Corporate, I would have been good with it but it wouldn't have been a dream. But It's been a dream. It's such fun. There are probably another million bands that I haven't mentioned that we would also have that good an experience touring with.

As for actually collaborating, I can't imagine anyone we would really collaborate with at this point. However, last night, we did collaborate with the drummer from Lifehouse. He came onstage with us and we had two drummers on stage and it was an amazing time.

Sindy:It seems you guys have been touring a lot in the last few months, what's been the hardest part, and what's the best part.
Seton:The worst things have to be bad food on the road and, with our families in London, not getting to go home. That sucks. Pete, our drummer, is from Indiana so he's a bit luckier. His family is here is the US and he gets to see them more often.

Sindy: If you guys couldn't be making music for a living, what do you think you'd be doing for a living?
Seton:I would be bar owner. Not a manager, but an owner. I'd have the equivalent of the (LA club) Viper Room where new music acts could get up and put on shows. Not quite as flashy as the Viper Room, but that sort of club. Dan said he'd be a chef. Joe said he'd be a teacher. Pete said he'd be a baseball player.

Sindy:What do you guys do to unwind when you've got downtime?
Seton:We've had no free time lately! When we do get it, sleeping in or being with our girlfriends are things we'll do. We watch movies, too, and all the normal stuff most people do all the time.

Sindy:I'm a big reader and love to know what my fave celebs read. What's your fave book?
Seton:Personally, I'm a big fan of Harry Potter right now. I've read all of them and I can't wait for the next one. When I was younger, I read science fiction-type stuff like The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. To be honest, I hated reading until I was 18. When you're a kid, you tend to read very slowly and it can get a bit frustrating.

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