The story behind every song is individual to itself.
To remain relevant though, I think making great records is the key.
It's better for the listener to interpret their own meanings to the music.
Big shows are more like events and small shows are more like traditional gigs.
We didn't really want to be an overnight success as that brings with it its own problems.
The press will naturally come and go as it has done with all artists, from David Bowie to Neil Young to U2.
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman came to see our show, We all had a drink before they set off on their travels, and we kept in touch.
I don't have a special place or ritual for writing songs, basically I write songs whenever an idea hits me, in my hotel room, on the road, in the plane.
The Millennium Stadium thing was for the Tsunami concert. It was a thing that I think every band in the country would have liked to be a part of at the time that it happened.