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Any Other Questions with... Wallows

Wallows tackle this month’s daft queries.
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Published: 12:20 pm, August 12, 2019
Any Other Questions with... Wallows

This month, Wallows run the gauntlet of our random, stupid queries.

What was the first record you bought?

Dylan: 'Abbey Road' by The Beatles.
Braeden: 'Funeral' by Arcade Fire.
Cole: 'Is This It?' by The Strokes.

What is your most treasured possession?

Dylan: HOME.
Braeden: My Frogger game on the PS1.
Cole: My Nintendo Switch with Mario Party.

Do you believe in aliens?

All of us: A unanimous “yes, of course!”

Who’s your favourite pop star?

Dylan: Ariana Grande.
Braeden: Ariana Grande.
Cole: Charli XCX.

What was the last thing you broke?

Braeden: I broke a faucet while trying to wash my hands at This Is Not A Love Song festival in France.

Have you got any secret tattoos?

Dylan: No.
Braeden: No.
Cole: Yes, it’s on my right butt cheek. That’s all I’ll say.

When was the last time you said, “Do you know who I am?”

All of us: Never? Lol.

What’s your biggest fear?

Dylan: Being stranded on a cruise ship.
Braeden: Being on a cruise in general.
Cole: The idea of being on a cruise.

Have you ever been thrown out of somewhere?

Cole: We got thrown out of a bar in London for no reason. They thought I was high but I really, truly wasn’t.

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

Braeden: Going on X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain. I was super scared of roller coasters at the time.

What did you last dream about?

Braeden: I dreamt that I showed Dylan and Lydia [Knight, from The Regrettes] the debut Whitney album even though they’ve heard that album in real life before.

What’s your favourite thing about being a musician?

Dylan: Being able to form relationships with other artists that I admire.
Braeden: Creating music. Lol.
Cole: Getting to work with my actual friends.

Tell us a secret about yourself?

Dylan: If I told you a secret about myself, it wouldn’t be a secret anymore.

What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you?

Dylan: It’s a secret.

Have you ever seen a ghost?

Braeden: When I was younger, I was obsessed with seeing and trying to film ghosts. I thought there were ghosts in my closet, but it turned out to be dust.

What have you got in your pockets right now?

Dylan: Two credit cards, Burt’s Bees, air pods, my phone.
Braeden: A stick of gum.
Cole: Five euros, headphones, wallet, my phone.

Have you ever sold your own CD or merch on eBay?

All of us: NEVER.

How punk are you out of ten?

Dylan: 1.
Braeden: 1.
Cole: 9.

Why are you like this?

I’m on the right track baby; I was born this way.

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