“We grew up around the indie circuit and playing squat parties. The visuals were projected on to a piece of cloth pinned to a wall”
try. The idea of selling records was strange to begin with and it’s a miracle it has lasted this long. No other type of artist has experienced a similar shift in the last 100 years. No one else has this thing where you make a piece of art, we duplicate the recording and we sell it to infinity.
“You also get a lot of unpleasant people working in music and you get people who join bands because of that bizarre cliche of becoming a rock star and making loads of cash and buying flash cars.”
For Breton, it’s about playing with the preconceptions of what a musician is supposed to do. “Before recordings came along, you had to go to see a musician live,” says Rappak. “There was no other way to experience music, but the industry that has grown up around music has bastardised that a lot and