Jet’s Australian homeland was a key factor in determining the group’s approach. “There’s less importance placed on fashion and media,” frontman Nic Cester tells Edna Gundersen, of USA Today. “You get in it to play live, not to be a celebrity.” Nic insisted their sophomore album will be a collection of nursery rhymes. “We’re too young to always know what the right step is,” Nic said. “But we’ll keep going. I wouldn’t call us arrogant, but we do have a lot of faith in ourselves.” Read more.
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