But there's one question that bothers them the most: "Are you a boy band? I'm already seeing a few male fans start to pop up, and that's cool.
" They were called one just last night, at an industry party, when Hemmings was introduced to a new group. If the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and all those guys can do it, we can do it, too." There is much work to be done.
"If I have to be asked who my celebrity crush is one more fucking time…" he says.
(So you don't have to ask: It's Mila Kunis.) They've gamely imitated animal sounds on Swedish TV, and been asked to describe their new record using only emojis.
"The screaming is a very stressful thing, but an awesome thing," says Irwin. "So we just had parties all the time," says Hemmings.
Big up @coco_dance_festival for doing what you do and thanks for the invite to make a difference on one of my favorite islands. Clifford proudly displays one of his favorite presents, given to him by Josh Dun, the drummer of the band Twenty One Pilots: a Fleshlight, a flashlight-shape device with a plastic vagina on one end ("The #1 Male Masturbator," the packaging reads). He's tattooed, with studded earrings, his right wrist covered in black bracelets, many given to him by admirers.Today his hair is red; fans keep track of his dozen-plus dye jobs in online charts, colors like "fairyfloss," "emo purple" and "seaweed." "You've been skunk, too," says Kelsey, the stylist."They said, ' We're in a boy band, too,'" he says. The band recently announced an arena tour that starts in February and lasts at least until the end of the year."I was like, ' I'm walking away now.'""Seventy-five percent of our lives is proving we're a real band," says Irwin. After spending pretty much every day of the past four years together, tensions are evident.