Text Message Interview: Alex Cameron vs Roy Molloy

Text Message Interview: Alex Cameron vs Roy Molloy

AKA a coupla pals just tryna make their way in this crazy old world.

Header image by Cara Robbins.

With his current Australian tour supporting The Killers (with some solo sideshows) wrapping up in the next few days, it's gonna be a while before we see Alex Cameron back in the country as he jets around the globe for a whole heap of shows. He's celebrating his new album Forced Witness, along with the kinda recently-released video clip for Studmuffin69, starring the only girl from girls anyone actually likes, Jemima Kirke.

We arranged for a text message interview between Cameron and bandmate/saxophonist Roy Molloy, and as expected it doesn't offer much besides some wonderful photos of Molloy and his family and dog (we think there's a few screenshots missing tbh), but we bloody love it all the same. Two national treasures, blow for blow in a text message convo - what more could you ask for?

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TOUR DATES:

Thu 3 May - The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne

Fri 4 May - Hisense Arena, Melbourne w/ The Killers (SOLD OUT)

Sat 5 May - Hisense Arena, Melbourne w/ The Killers (SOLD OUT)

Sun 6 May - Hisense Arena, Melbourne w/ The Killers

Tue 8 May - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide w/ The Killers (SOLD OUT)

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