Quickfire Questions #2: Pearl and the Puppets

By on Wednesday, 30th March 2011 at 2:00 pm
 

Katie Sutherland of Pearl and the Puppets is the next artist to take a stab at the 10 TGTF Quickfire Questions…

(Editor’s note: For more details on the Quickfire Questions feature, please read more on the inaugural edition of Quickfire Questions featuring the Joy Formidable.)

1. What song is your earliest musical memory?
‘Yesterday’ by The Beatles

2. What was your favourite song as a child?

‘Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong’ by Spin Doctors

3. What song makes you laugh?
‘Ignition’ by R Kelly

4. What song makes you cry?
‘Hide And Seek’ by Imogen Heap

5. What song reminds you of the first time you fell in love? (It’s up to you if you want this to be sweet, naughty, etc.)

‘Hallelujah’ by Jeff Buckley

6. What song makes you think of being upset / angry? (Example: maybe you heard it when you were angry with someone and it’s still with you, and/or something that calms you down when you’re upset, etc.)
‘1901’ by Phoenix (I remember hearing this when I found out something, I still have a sick feeling in my stomach from it)

7. Which song (any song written in the last century) do you wish you’d written yourself?
‘Rolling In The Deep’ by Adele (TUNE!)

8. Who is your favourite writer? (This can be a songwriter or ANY kind of writer.)
Regina Spektor. Her imagery is perfection.

9. If you hadn’t become a singer/musician/songwriter/etc., what job do you think you’d be doing right now?
I’d probably have finished my degree and become an unhappy teacher.

10. If God said you were allowed to bring only one album with you to Heaven, which would it be and why?

This is a hard one…..so I’m imagining that I’m dying right now and have seconds to grab an album. The album is ‘Passing Stranger’ by Scott Matthews.

Tags: , ,

Leave Your Response

* Name, Email, Comment are Required

 
 
 

About Us

There Goes The Fear is where we tell you about the latest music, gigs, and tours we love and think you should too.

We love music that has its heart on its sleeve, tells a story, swims around our head all day or makes us dance like no-one's watching.

TGTF is edited by Mary Chang, who is based in Washington, DC. She is joined by writers in England, America and Ireland. It began as a UK music blog by Phil Singer in 2005.

All MP3s are posted with the permission of the artists or their representatives and are for sampling only. Like the music? Buy it. If you want a track removed, email us and we'll sort it ASAP.

E-mail us  |  RSS Feed   RSS Feed  

Learn More About Us