Grace Slick: We were not aware of how well things were being taken care of or not.
Loyle Carner: Oh, yeah, massively so. It was ridiculous.
Slick: Oriental rugs, Edwardian furniture, well kept. Oh, yeah.
Carner: The two together, I think, influence me equally.
Slick: Everything worked.
Carner: Just the power of words, really.
Slick: Look at the Roman Empire.
Carner: I won’t spoil it.
Slick: Didn't say anything to anybody and went straight back to the back of the hotel.
Carner: There's my manager there, a couple of my best friends, my little brother, the people who do my PR, my booking agent, everybody who's helped further me to this part.
Slick: You couldn't move around.
Carner: You're not doing it because you want to do it.
Slick: I didn't own any of the machinery.
Carner: I went to sit with her, and forgot it was on, and ended up talking to her for ages, but with the phone recording.
Slick: It turned out a guy died.