Do you ever get tired of getting compared to Led Zeppelin?
“I don’t think so. If it’s the highest standing thing to be compared to… you know, one of the greatest rock bands of all time.
“They know we’re humble at the references and we’re kind of really honored by this affiliation. How could that get old, you know?
Was Zeppelin one of your influences or was it the blues music your dad introduced you to at an early age?
“I think so. I think a lot of the early, early influences have kind of sculpted who we are as musicians. And I think playing that stuff early on and being like three years old when we first started listening to it, it started becoming a part of our musical makeup. It was kind of a lot of those early influences sort of how we kind of personified those things.
“So at the age at which we started playing together, we were capable at that point of sculpting or determining what we would like to sound like. It was something that was really organic. Those were all just personification of our influences. And I’m sure Zeppelin has shared a lot of the same influences as well, so…”
You have a collection of bras on your guitars. What’s that about?
“Originally, I wasn’t collecting those or anything. I had a guitar tech who cleans the stage after the show, and then there would be bras on the stage. And he sort of started putting them in my guitar stand case, so there was kind of a collection going on.
“That’s gonna need development as well as far as like the show is going and like, ‘Keep them coming.’ Basically express themselves in any way that they want because it’s a rock ‘n’ roll concert.”