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20 questions with... Honeyblood

Honeyblood tackle this month's daft queries.
Published: 9:49 am, February 06, 2017
20 questions with... Honeyblood

Yes. We know this isn’t how 20 questions really works, but STFU, OK? This month, Honeyblood run the gauntlet of our random, stupid queries.



1. Hello. How are you?


Hello, pretty good thank you!

2. What have you been up to today?


Some Christmas shopping, although I ended up buying loads of Christmas cards and sellotape … nothing else.



3. What’s your favourite thing about being a musician?


Songwriting. It’s always been my favourite thing.



4. What did you last dream about?


This is actually ridiculous, but I dreamt about tiny cute puppies last night. I know…



5. How punctual are you?


Never. A set time gives me an hour window.



6. What’s your biggest accomplishment?


Honeyblood’s current album. I really put all my heart and soul into this record and feel like that shows.



7. What’s the best thing about Glasgow?


The people! And the banter, there’s no where else with banter like Glasgow.



8. How do you relax?


I love to cook and I’m a Netflix binger. I’m also a bit of a boring person who also likes to visit historic castles and stuff.



9. What’s your favourite smell?


This is a weird one… my favourite smell since I’ve been a little girl is the smell of my dad’s amplifiers. It’s like a mixture of smoke and electricity. If I could smell that, it meant that my dad was home from touring.



10. What strength Nandos sauce do you order?


I’ve never been to Nandos.



11. Who’s your favourite new band?


A band called The Cut and at the moment I’m obsessed with The Lemon Twigs.



12. What was the last thing you broke?


It’s not really broken but I had to chuck out one of my favourite plants cause it died while I was away on tour. I can’t keep stuff alive.



13. What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?


Recently I went swimming in the sea and went into a cave, that was pretty scary but fun. We also ended up at a pro-Trump-esque bar in Wisconsin before the US election which was equally as frightening.



14. What is your earliest memory?


My grandmother’s cats in her garden.



15. Who is your least favourite member of One Direction?


Hmmm, I honestly don’t know any of their names except from Harry! Saying that I don’t have much of an opinion on any of them to make a point of saying which one is my least favourite.



16. What’s the best music festival in the world?


Pohoda Festival. We loved it big time and all festivals should take a leaf out of their book.



17. What’s your biggest pet peeve?


People who change the music midway through a song at parties.



18. Which band do you feel is criminally under-appreciated?


A punk band called Hang On The Box from Beijing. Listen to ‘You Lost Everything But It’s Not My Fault’.



19. What’s the most impressive thing you can cook?


I’m not about impressive cooking, more about quantity. I made a cake shaped like a dick once that looked pretty impressive.



20. How punk are you out of ten?


The girl who likes visiting castles and has dreams about cute puppies…?






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