"I think in the past [our audience] just thought we were weirdos," explains Liars front man Angus Andrew. "That’s not cool. In one sense that makes you feeling like you’re failing. We’ve always wanted a stronger connection with our audience in hopes that they can really understand what we’re doing."
"One of the great things for us is that we can be a band playing Madison Square Garden, and we can mess up—it’s good for those kids to see someone up on stage who’s not perfect."
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