Learn about rock band Your Favorite Enemies. Presenter Layla talks to band members about their music.
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Alex Foster: Hey guys! So this is the last show before I am going in Seoul for the records. Let's see what happens alright, take care.
Laila: Fans from around the world come flocking to Your Favorite Enemies and their support never goes unnoticed by the band. Welcome to watchmojo.com ; I am your host Laila. Check out what some of the artists just have to say.
Charles Allicy: The lyrics of the song is that blogs everything, it was about them, about us, about people over the music.
Jeff Beaulieu: Building a real community with people out of this. This is just -- there is no words. Basically it's just try and how we can trade; that is for us.
Laila: What are some of your responsibilities as artists?
Charles Allicy: Just to share with them about our personal experiences. A lot of the band members have been abused, have been through a lots of hard things. I was there a few years ago and I am here now being able to talk to you, it's about being open.
Jeff Beaulieu: We want to use music and lyrics and who we are to -- I guess -- you know what I mean we are just a band playing music and it's not that wow, there's nothing -- we are not heroes.
Charles Allicy: I wouldn't be fueled by getting up on buying my drums and getting off the stage and hearing people, clapping in their hands and screaming. If that makes them happy because they like the show and they are into it, good, but that doesn't feed me as a person. What fills us is the relationships we have. That's what we want to communicate on the stage, it is not a race it's a marathon and that we want to go the end, you know.
Laila: It sounds like there won't be an anti-climax with you guys; it's just going to get better and better. Thank you so much for your time.