When it comes to arranging parts and playing live, how does the group dynamic work?
"I tend to lock in with Chris (Wolstenholme, bass), but it’s not always a case of the two of us playing very similar rhythmic things. An awful lot of the time we play parts that are very different, but are complementary to each other when you hear them together."
"I think that might be to do with being a three-piece - if we were to do a lot of unison parts it loses the ‘bigness’ of sound that you need on stage."
"Chris has a massive sound. He’s got three channels of different bass tones going on at any one time, so it’s a huge foundation for us to play off. And obviously Matt’s got an incredibly complex set-up that produces a massive variety of tones, so we can sound as big as we want to."