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They spent half a year in Rio going from embassy to embassy before ending up in a refugee camp a couple of hours outside Gothenburg.I was born in Gothenburg and I’ve lived here all my life. It wasn’t fun, but my dad had moved back to Argentina and they had been trying to maintain a long-distance relationship for three years.José González: Well, some shows are amazing, other nights you feel a bit tired. I've been having -- I've been a bit sick for the past two weeks. He lives with his illustrator girlfriend, Hannele Fernström, in Gothenburg. Because we’ve been travelling, we’ve been falling asleep really early, waking up at 2am and staying up one or two hours and then falling asleep again. Cafetiere I drink a coffee from this press [pictured] during the morning and one more during the afternoon.I like that type of routine – the feeling of starting your day and of taking a break from something to make the coffee.
On this scene they encountered Tobias playing in various hardcore and metal bands. I've been really bad at saying "no: to stuff, so I was always headed back out on tour. More about saying 'no' to other stuff -- not having a deadline, but starting to write and letting it take the time it needs. You guys met on the hardcore scene in Gothenburg in the 90's, which coincided with the city's death metal scene. What is it about Scandinavian death metal bands that's so different from metal bands here in the States?
Parents Both my parents fled Argentina after an ultra-conservative military junta seized power in March 1976, the beginning of the Dirty War.
They had no money at all, and the Swedish embassy in Rio de Janeiro helped them out.
"I directed him to a few spots in the other direction along on 3rd Avenue. Inside an hour later, the band began to soundcheck.
Word was singer/guitarist José González had been fighting a cold. Have you guys stepped it up on this tour with some Guns and Roses or Led Zeppelin shenanigans -- trashing hotel rooms, etc.? Every once in a while one of us might get too drunk and pass out on the bus or something. JG: Well, we did set off some fireworks two days ago in North Carolina.
As I walked into NYC's Irving Plaza shortly before Junip was set to soundcheck, keyboardist Tobias Winterkorn was walking out. And then they said, "You're not getting in trouble.