Beth Carney of the Boston Globe caught up with Idlewild singer Roddy Woomble on troubles that British acts have had trying to make a successful break in the U.S. Woomble said, “‘In Britain you can play three gigs in London and suddenly you’re the best band in the world. America is so vast. You have to play so much to be noticed. You need a lot of support before you even go over or there’s no point.” The group will get their chance this winter when their album is released in America. Boston.com has since removed the article.