LatitudeFestival.co.uk did a Q&A with Jamie “Pockets” Fox of Fight Like Apes ahead of the Latitude festival mid-July at Henham Park in Suffolk, England.
Q: Who is your “must see” performance at Latitude this year?
A: I don’t think any of us could ever miss a British Sea Power performance at a festival we’re at. Incredible band. We also love Saul Williams. Danny Dorling, just because there is an ECW wrestler called Danny Doring, and Late Night Gimp Fight purely because I love the name.
Q: Not including items used in your performance, what is your “must-have” festival item?
A: A banana; you see you can either eat it or shove it up your arse, depending on your buzz at the time.
Q: Do you have anything special planned for your performance at Latitude?
A: Let’s just say it depends whether or not you put those bananas on our rider.
Q: If you could have anyone (dead or alive) to introduce you onstage who would it be (and why)?
A: Why would you want a dead person to introduce me onstage? You creep.
Q: If you have been to Latitude before what was your favourite memory, performance or special spot on site?
A: I remember getting a boat across the river to our gig. That’s never come up before. Amazing site. Hope it’s sunny.
Q: Latitude is…
A: …the bees balls. Love you.