Tell us a little bit about your album, Out of Frequency.
We were inspired by a lot of different music genres. We played around with it and made it sound romantic, bombastic and like anything’s possible. We love soul music and different artists like George Clinton, Bob Dylan, Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday and Mick Jagger. This album is like our playground. We do whatever we like, and that’s how we like it.
What’s it like being the only girl in the band?
It’s good. On tour, I always have my own hotel room. But we’re all very good friends, and we have a good time… and the guys do what I tell them to. They are my slaves. They don’t know it, but they are my slaves.
What is your favorite part about touring in the US?
I like all the possibilities—especially in New York City-- the city that never sleeps. Also, I like to travel in the states because every place we go is so different.
What do you miss most about Denmark?
I miss having my own kitchen, cooking for myself and knowing what the food is. Not to be prejudiced, but I only eat burgers here—that seems to be the safest choice.
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
Natural, salted chips. With dip. And I don’t know if this is a guilty pleasure but I actually enjoy Trueblood. I think it’s pretty funny.
If a guy was trying to approach you what advice would you have for him?
He should be mysterious and cool. I don’t like it when guys act corny or too charming and self-conscious. Don’t be a puppy!
What is your most unusual trait?
I read minds. When I was a child, I watched the show where they reveal lottery numbers and I knew all five numbers and colors before they came out. I was seven.
Check out Out of Frequency, available now.