Here’s an interview with Jeremy that Rabbie discovered yesterday on musicis.pl.  Unfortunately for most of us, it’s in Polish but ATB follower and EE fan Pands (@gaysers) has been able to translate it!

Link to original interview

Translated text:

Interviewer: Soon you are coming to Poland to promote your new album – what are the first associations you make with our country?

Jeremy: Hmm, the first thing on my mind is that it will be the third time we will be in Poland. The first time we were here in Cracow at the Coke Live! Festival, next time in Łódź supporting Muse. This gig will be our first club concert here and we can’t wait for that. Besides that, we have never seen Warsaw, but heard a lot about it.

I: So which ones do you like more – festivals or club gigs?

J: Those are two different disciplines. I’m always more excited to do club gigs, as these are for fans, who often know all your songs off by heart and experiencing that is one of the best things in the world. Crowds at festivals can often be indulgent towards you. Besides that festivals are often much bigger undertakings, and crowds can be very surprising. You never know how many fans will stay till the end of you set – everyone wants to go somewhere else.

I: I don’t know if you remember, and if not, if you heard that some artists consider polish fans to be the best in the world. Everyone is praising us for our behaviour at gigs.

J: Yes, I remember and that’s why I can’t wait to play in Warsaw. During our tour with Muse, we learned, that the further east you go the better are the gigs and crowds. I hope that soon we will play even more gigs in eastern Europe!

I: That’s a great compliment, thanks!

J: (laughs) If I can flatter polish people, I will. When we supported Muse, the gig in Łódź was the best of the whole tour. You were great.

I: That’s really nice, thank you. Let’s talk about your last album now. „Get To Heaven” is the third LP in Everything Everythings repertoire. Did you feel pressure while working on it?

J: Not really. I mean, it was harder. Press