Yes-or-No: Erica Driscoll (Blondfire)

Eliot Lee Hazel
Eliot Lee Hazel

Sibling duo Erica and Bruce Driscoll comprise Blondfire, an alt pop sensation that has taken off tremendously since its birth in 2011. Born and raised in Michigan, Erica And Bruce have since moved to L.A.; since then, they have collaborated with the likes of Avicii and toured with Awolnation and Surfer Blood. For our latest segment of Yes-or-No, we interviewed Erica. Check out her answers below.

1. Do you have a favorite place to tour? – Yes
2. Do you have a guilty pleasure? – Yes
3. Is your latest release, Young Heart, your best yet? – No
4. Have you ever slept in until 5 p.m.? – No
5. Do you manage your own social media accounts? – Yes
6. Is there an equal dynamic between all of your band’s members? – Yes
7. Did you and your brother, Bruce, get along as children? – Yes and No 🙂
8. Do you and Bruce have that special “sibling bond”? – Yes
9. Did you parents pick a favorite between the two of your growing up? – Yes
10. Did you always know you are musically gifted? – Yes
11. Do you enjoy creating music videos as much as you enjoy creating music? – Yes
12. Do you have an artist or group you’ve been dying to collaborate with? – Yes
13. Do you eat breakfast? – Yes
14. Do you still wish you could call yourselves Astaire? – No
15. Are you excited about the future of Blondfire? – Yes
16. Do you consider yourself to be a stereotypical “blonde”? – No
17. Does Brazilian culture influence your music? – Yes
18. Do you want children? – Yes
19. Do you have a specific remedy to cope with the stress of touring and creating music? – Yes
20. Did you enjoy answering these questions? – Yes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBhufl-wIRM

Disclaimer: Yes-or-No is a segment in which people we select to interview are prompted with 20 questions, and they are asked to respond with either “yes” or “no.”

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