This is one of those moments that comes around every now and then that I wish I could bottle up and use when I needed to. I guess it wouldn’t feel so special if that was the case. What I loved about this moment is that it reminded me of some good stuff about growing up with Simon. I feel child like most of the time, but at this moment even more so. You could never accuse Simon and Matt of being full of themselves. They exist in a world where everything seems so cool, a weird intersection of Hip Hop and electronics and space. On the outside, some of the people look like they take themselves very seriously. Simon and Matt take what they do seriously, to the point that they would rather not make money if it meant compromising on what they are doing. It tends to be mint tea, water and ginger in the changing room (if there is one). Maybe it’s like this with most people that have a stage persona, most people don’t get to see the banal world behind the scenes. Anyway, back to the point. I feel so lucky to have a twin brother that I am so close to. I love being involved in some of his projects. Most of all, I love that it gives us even more oppurtunity to feel like kids again.