We're having a, Hey and who've gone, go, go around and say, You're names in in, what would you guys do since we go, I we got everybody sharing a cell phone in a car real rock and roll Yeah, Yeah, Cooper, all I'm James. I'm the drummer for the Trump. I'm a meet at club, the base. I'm Michael on their phone, better guitar player and a pact, not here, but you can we start. Okay, Pat get past illegal talk, but okay, great. So it's the classic lined up four guys with the Qatar Dettori's base and drums Vogel's. Um, reading some songs. Uh, so tell us to see guys meeting hallways hot. How does it get started? And in in in in Moheli lies, we're obviously playing music with musicians before you met do so you can give us over the background. Um, why don't we start with, uh, why we start with me? Okay Great. Uh, high. Um, yeah, I mean we So Michael in I lived across the hallway from each other Freshman year. Uh, we both I mean, we dump and playing music I think ever since we were three, four years old kinda Piano Lesson guitar less than Trump down less than, uh, the whole nine And then I think we can kind of became friend because it was like, Hey, you like the same kind of music that I do. And we started Jim together. And then one night I was, uh, I was just playing my guitar in the room and James had come by to hang out with Michael. And he heard this song that I was things I go. I love that. Uh, uh, and we became fast friends and Pat kind of joined the crew to you. And, you know, it just became like the natural transition to becoming a ban. There was not much of a conversation. It was just like, Of course we're gonna do this kind of thing. Cool. Um, uh, uh, James And what if we guys wanna chiming in on any of that, uh, stuffed up. Yeah. Backgrounds a little bit. 'cause uh, doesn't meet talked about that because you move it about your background too. Yeah, Absolutely. This is Michael talking. Um, so we are actually James and Pat and I are in a in a in music school at USC. So that's kind of how we on. Uh, Okay. Yeah. And I uh, I was I was across of Call for cost the hall, Like directly across from the need Freshman year. And I think the very first day we like kinda Jan Dowden knew that we wanted to be friends and like immediately. And then I know James a couple of weeks later. And I think I asked him to be in a band before I even heard and play drums. I was like, Hey, I want to start have hand. You wanna do you wanna be the drama? And you're like, Yeah, Sure. And I never heard him say before I guess that's kind of indicative of how we kind of started, You know, how unfortunate for you Think about. So yeah, we were definitely friends before you were bandmates. Um, and a kind of just, uh, grew out of that, but I I've played a trombone of all things throughout elementary school, Middle School, High School and stuff. And, um, it was confident high school that I started really wanted to be a songwriter and, and all those kind of things. Uh, and so when I got to the USP and I started kind of expanding on that more and becoming a writer and a pretty certain stuff. This car We just kinda became the natural progression out of at, at least for me. I know James has a little bit of a different background, got Jane cellphone route while you're a background. Yeah. Well, actually I was I was going through the Alps I think a lot of all four of us kind of come from similar backgrounds at least Um, just playing music and you know, many differing facet since day one kind of thing. Um, you know, I remember picking up sleep like just a snare drumming, like my fourth grade elementary school band. I never looked back. Honestly. Um, Yeah, I think we're all. Cut from that thing tree where like were wearing We're in music game for the long-haul sided. Like we're here. We're friends. We love Make it easy together. We had to do it. Um, so so what So we'll you guys get together on for I mean, I'm looking at your SoundCloud and um, I'm seeing three tracks. Um, so you start right away Just like, Okay, we're just gonna start putting something together to record. Or if you guys play some like rat parties and stuff for, I would like kind of person you guys did. Mm, Yeah, we've we've played a lotta shows like around sixteen around LA and stuff for a couple of years now. Um, and so we've had we kind of have a built up catalogue of songs were actually today's a another recording day for some more signs that we're going to be put not next year. Um, but we uh, yeah, I usually write the signs on my own for the most part I bring it And we kind of range it all together. Um, and Pat third to bring in songs too. So he's kind of becoming part of that process. But um, yeah, for the most part we were we played live way before we set of According for probably a year or two or three maybe. Um. And so this kind of the recording, It's just kind of been, uh, over the past year it kind of working on this stuff and put it out. Yeah. I think with the James um, especially the last half year, maybe the last year Arianespace has changed a little bit more. Some specific we like rehearsing in performing live to, um, you know, creating that batch of songs of Mike. Michael was talking about because were you know, in the midst of a quoting, uh, you know, maybe trying to put together Niki here in the near future? Well, I'd say, Well, what a Well, we're going to do this, and we go ahead and uh, play, uh, the singles, you guys have out right now as of this, uh, recording a called, Why can't we make it in? I'm gonna come back and talk a little bit about the uh, the we'll come back. We'll we'll talk a little about the music and the direction You guys are headed in. Okay? Boss. All right, I assure everybody checked is a cramped. This is this is a good luck to you. 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