Reinvented Californian indie power pop act Hellogoodbye drop in to talk about a tough five years after emo stardom.
They were formerly an emo-synth sensation with a smash hit single in 2006 and a top twenty album. Soon enough, it all went to hell and ringleader Forrest Kline has spent the last five years reinventing the band as an excellent indie pop act.
Kline and bandmate Joe Marro jest about arsehole lead singers, the massive movements inside and outside the band, shaping the new album Would It Kill You? , ukulele trendsetting, touring with the cult of Hanson, reclaiming and shedding fans after instant fame, and why they never gave up.