July 31, 2016


Watch Mutemath Share a Story About a Festival Streaker

Mutemath were celebrating a big anniversary at Lollapalooza 2016, as it marks 10 years since their first-ever performance at the Chicago festival. Prior to the New Orleans rockers' exciting set, they recalled a funny memory with us backstage. Showing a picture of a streaker at another festival, Mutemath said: 

"My friend Sean, poor guy, had to grab the streaker. But what's so great about the photo is the microphone perfectly making it G-rated. The great thing is no one wanted to touch him, so he was there for an awkward long time."

Mutemath also chatted about their imprint label Wojtek Records and revealed they are writing a new album as a follow-up to 2015's Vitals. The band wants to make it a "completely experimental, off the grid type of record."

Below, check out our interview with Lollapalooza founder and Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell: