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me stuff and I’ll be like, ‘er, I can’t think of an answer, haha!’


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phone clicks down after my scheduled chat with Emily, of Norwich band Sargasso Trio and minutes later, I


receive their second album in the post. At first, I wished I’d have had it a few hours earlier – oh what a smart and informed interviewer I would have been, a stature akin to Parkinson or Wossy – but on playing it later, I’m glad I didn’t… I might have GUSHED. Such is its power, its hypnotism and vigour that, like their first, I play it in full, on loop. Scrap the Norwich tag – to call this a local interview is an insult. Although our city’s pride is hard to hide…


I’ve just read your Tweet Emily where you mentioned you were worried about not being interesting enough in this interview?! I know, well you probably don’t


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know, but I’m five months pregnant at the moment and I’ve got real baby brain, like anything anyone says to me at the moment I’m like, ‘uh? What?’, so I was thinking that you would be asking


You’ve had changes to the band since the first album – James Leeds is a new addition to your line-up; what has he brought to the table? Well James is a bit of an all- rounder really. I don’t know if you know of him from CORD –


- And Tin Man, yes. Yeah, yeah. He’s really relaxed and laid-back and he just gets on and does it. He’s had to do so much catching up; the reason he joined was because we’d written the album and then realised that we didn’t have any way of playing it live! It’s a shame he hasn’t got six pairs of arms really, because he can just do the lot.


Going back a bit, I remember hearing you on Steve Lamacq’s show on Radio 1. You got a lot of good national radio airplay – were those life-affirming moments for you hearing yourself on the national airwaves? Yeah, I mean that was all fantastic because we had that moment, and


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