Time Off magazine caught up with Jet’s Nic Cester, asking the frontman if the band felt pressure writing the follow-up to their 2006 sophomore album ‘Shine On’. “We were way more relaxed than we ever have been,” Cester said of the writing process. “I guess the biggest difference was just everyone was really excited and relaxed to be working together again and writing music together. There’s an excitement that exists amongst us right now that hasn’t really been a part of what we do for a few years. It’s just fun again.”
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