“We did something that was probably the oddest thing, starting with a song that was deep in the set, and that became our opening song. We wanted to shake ourselves up. Doing Jumpin’ In was strange for me because it starts with a very dry guitar, and I thought, ‘That’s so radical,’ because I always begin with something pretty drifty.
“It really worked. It took a while to get over it, but I found that the experience of hearing a very dry guitar from the monitors was incredibly stark sounding. You know, the people in the audience hear it quite differently – they’re hearing the house, the PA and the perfect mix. Eventually, I hear that when the crew does videos or even when I see fan videos.”