DJ Ron Slomowicz: How long have you been here in the US?
Senior: We've been here since, let me see, Saturday. Yes, we did Central Park Sunday.
RS: How was your performance with The Sparks?
Senior: We've always had a lot of respect for them so it was quite an honor to play before them, and they hadn't played in New York for twenty years.
RS: You try to play in New York ever chance you get?
RS: What's your take on American crowds?
Senior: We haven't played that much here so I don't really want to generalize, but I think it's really good. Yesterday it seemed like people are up for a good time. I know as opposed to like New York, it's very different from the midwest and stuff like that, but we haven't really played there- we have played in Austin, Texas. Like a showcase, like a music showcase that's down there, South by Southwest and that was kind of crazy as well, so it seems like everyone is liking it no matter where we go.
RS: I hear your shows go down big in the UK.
Senior: Yes, but they've done really well here as well, so it's not like the audience is different. Actually, I don't really think the audience is very different for where we go.
RS: Where do the crazy video ideas from? The art cartoons for the first video, the 70's graphics for the second video? Where did they come from?
Senior: It was four guys from London called Senola, and we sent them ideas about what we'd like, that we'd like to have some animals in our videos and classics and stuff. And then they came back with the clip, and we really liked that.
RS: Do you spend a lot of time online, on the internet?
Senior: We're quite busy now these days, but yes. It's kind of good here in the US because in most hotels they have broadband and stuff, so you can keep up-to-date while you're over here.
RS: The last big popstars from Denmark was Aqua - are you proud or ashamed of that?
Senior: How should I put it without being really rude? It's really got nothing to do with us; it's a bit hard because people remember them and it is kind of, how shall I put it? If you hear Move Your Feet some people might want to think that it could be (similar), I don't think it's anywhere near it, but if you hear the album you can hear that we come from a very, very different background. So I don't really have any opinion on them because it's not really anything I listen to.
RS: Is there a big cartoon/comic fetish in Denmark?
Senior: No, not really, no.
RS: Would you call your album a "dance" album? Would you label it as such?
Senior: Oh no, not at all. But we always say it's music you can dance to, but it's not dance music.
RS: ..because we Americans need to label everything.
Senior: Yes, it's all over, they're like that in the UK as well. But I think if you listen to our album I think it would be really strange to call it a dance album. At least in the words that, when you say a dance thing, it's different here in the US than it is in the UK. So it is kind of, but how would I put it? Yes, we say it's an album you can dance to, it's definitely up-beat, it's very energetic. But it's like in the old days, you know with rock and roll, that was the dance music of the time, and we have a lot of that. So we just I suppose mixed a lot of dance genres through the decades.