Yes-or-No: Gerard Sidhu (Strange Talk)

Jesse O'Brien
Jesse O’Brien

Australian synthpop outfit Strange Talk are amazing, but that’s not so strange. The Melbourne-based duo formed in 2010, and since then they have only grown, being compared to bands like Cut Copy and Yeasayer. We interviewed keyboardist Gerard Sidhu in our latest installment of Yes-or-No. Check out his answers below, and be sure to get your copy of Strange Talk’s latest release, E.V.O.L.U.T.I.O.N.!

1. Do you drink coffee? – Yes
2. Do you manage your own social media accounts? – Yes
3. Do you remember your first gig? – Yes
4. Do you have a favorite place to tour? – Yes
5. Do you plan to continue to take Strange Talk in a more electronic direction? – Yes
6. Do you shower every day? – Yes
7. Are you currently in a relationship? – No
8. Are you religious? – No
9. Do Aussies do it better? – Yes
10. Do you have any pre-show rituals? – No
11. Did you always know you’re musically gifted? – No
12. Do you like being on tour more than being at home? – Yes
13. Is there an artist or band you’ve been dying to collaborate with? – Yes
14. Are you excited about the future of Strange Talk? – Yes
15. Do you enjoy creating music videos as much as you enjoy creating music? – Yes
16. Do you have a guilty pleasure? – Yes
17. Have you ever been fired from a job? – Yes
18. Do you eat breakfast? – Yes
19. Is your upcoming release, E.V.O.L.U.T.I.O.N., going to be your best yet? – Yes
20. Did you enjoy answering these questions? – Yes

Disclaimer: Yes-or-No is a segment in which people we select to interview are prompted with 20 questions, and they are asked to respond with either “yes” or “no.”