Le Grind // Success is just a muscle, so drop and give me twenty.

Q1: If you had the opportunity to get an inspiring message across to a lot of people, what would your message be?

A1: Funk each other.

Q2: How did you get started with your music? And if you weren’t an artist/musician what would you want to be doing?

A2: We formed in a nightclub in Queens NY, but we’ve all been making music from a very young age. If we weren’t in music we’d probably open a roller disco close to the Thames in London, we’d call it Rolling On The River. 

Q3: What or who keeps you motivated and inspires you?

A3: Inspirational quotes from social media.

Q4: What is the most memorable experience of your life/career so far? And what have you learned from it?

A4: Having Marc Almond from Soft Cell cameo in our first music promo was pretty special. What did we learn from Marc? Always bring gloves. 

Q5: Would you go back and change anything in your journey so far? (If no, why)

A5: We’d probably go back and write Hello by Adele before she did because she made a bob or two from it. Though, we’d probably call it Hiya!

Q6: In the next two years what do you ASPIRE to have done?

A6: We want to be big enough that we’re not allowed to write our own tweets without them going through a manager and a lawyer first. 

Q7: How much of your life and background have influenced you to become a songwriter/musician?

A7: When we were young and if we were bad, our mothers wouldn’t slap the back of our legs they’d slap bass instead. It was clear from an early age our future was in music. 

Q8: What lyrics mean the most to you and why (ones you have written and or ones you didn’t write

A8: “Success is just a muscle, so drop and give me twenty” is our current favorite. It’s taken from our new single, Bricks. It sums up a lot about where we are as a group right now. Werk!

Q9: If you could collaborate with anyone who would to it be and why?

A9: We straddle the line between dance and pop so from the pop side we’d love to work with Max Martin (no explanation required). From the dance side, Tiga. We share a love for tight, sexy dance music plus Tiga doesn’t take himself seriously

Q10: What is the most inspiring message you have internalized in life so far?

A10: James Brown said it best, Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved!

Q11: What is your motto in life/what do you live by?

A11: Don’t live by mottos. 

Q12: What is currently on your playlist?

A12: We’re currently binging on Vogue Ballroom tracks by people like Masters At Work and Fast Eddie.

Q13: If you could have a song to be the soundtrack to your life what would it be and why?

A13: Cunty by Kevin Anviance. 

Q14: What are your biggest dreams? and what are your biggest fears

A14: We dream that the money artists earn from streaming services like Spotify goes up. Our biggest fear is it goes down.

Q15: What is next for you/your plans for the next year?

A15: Music, makes the people come together. Yeah!

Q16: What would your advice to be to those out there who want to live out their dreams?

A16: Don’t waste your time on the internet reading our waffle, get off you arse and go out and work it!

Q17: Lastly, for those who don’t know where can people follow your career?


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