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Michele H. of San Diego, CA asks...
As a band, what's the craziest thing you have ever done?

Compared to some bands, I guess you can say we're pretty tame... the craziest thing we've ever done (so far, anyway) was drive 16 hours straight through from Spokane, WA to Fairfax, CA!

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Sara B. of Chula Vista, CA asks...
What's the funniest thing you guys have ever seen at a show?

Well, the other guys might have a different opinion on this later, but I think the funniest thing we've seen was just recentely at a show in Everett. About halfway through our set some crazy guy with a mullet started yelling at us from the back of the venue, calling us a bunch of names and heckling us. Five minutes later, he was at the stage offering to be our personal chef. Word for word.

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Jaylynn J. of Chula Vista, CA asks...
If you could be any exotic animal, what would you be?

Julio: Exotic = Lamborghini = Bull.
Pat: A Hobbit.
Sean: A Liger.

Answered by Julio, Pat, and Sean

Sara B. of Chula Vista, CA asks...
What clothing brands do you like?

If it looks cool, we wear it.

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Jess C. of NSW, Australia asks...
I almost forgot... what kind of socks do you wear?

Old man socks are where it's at. Pat and I like black socks, but Julio's more into the whites.

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Jess C. of NSW, Australia asks...
Say you get a little note under your door from your neighbors letting you know that they're having a party and it may get rowdy. There's a P.S. at the bottom saying "Feel free to drop by," but you know they're just being polite. You've never really met these neighbors but you know you have nothing in common with them because they don't like the same music as you do. What do you do? Do you go because they "invited" you and you love parties, or do you ignore because you know they don't really want you there?

Julio: I'd go. People can have other things in common besides music.
Sean: I'd go... bowling. Although there would be food at the party...

Answered by Julio & Sean

Sara B. of Chula Vista, CA asks...
What do you guys look for in a girl?

Well, if you listen to Pensive, you're off to a good start! :)

Answered by Julio

Brittany G. of Glendale, AZ asks...
When will "Yesterday Fades Away" be released? We need to know more than those three words!

Yesterday Fades Away is just one of the many songs we've been working on for the past few months. We're planning on recording in the Fall or Winter, so sometime after that you can look forward to a new Pensive album. We started playing the song live to get a feel of how the new stuff would go over with fans, so it's really nice to see a good reaction!

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Cole Z. of Phoenix, AZ asks...
How many shows have you guys played?

The easiest way to find out how many shows we've played is to run over to the past shows page and just count them (or if you're lucky, I'll make something to count them automatically). Many more shows to come, however, so don't think we're stopping!

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Dominic A. of Tempe, AZ asks...
What would be the perfect Summer for Pensive

The perfect summer for us would be touring with a ton of shows all over the U.S. We're trying to make this summer the perfect summer, so we'll let you know how everything turns out, or you can just check out the shows page every once in a while to see where we are!

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Weston E. of Lubbock, TX asks...
I know that Brett Detar from The Juliana Theory used to be in a band called Pensive. Did you guys know about that?

At the time we chose the name Pensive, we didn't know about Brett's old band, but recently a few people have told us about it. I guess great minds think alike, huh? :)

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Robert S. of Granville, NY asks...
What advice would you give to teens starting their own band?

Oh wow. We could say a million things, but we'll make this quick so we don't write an entire article. Treat your band with the same respect that you treat your career. If you really want to do it for the rest of your life, and you're passionate about making music, it's going to be a career. Take it seriously, be aggressive (and patient at times), and NEVER give up. That's the secret. If you want to talk more, catch us on AIM under the s/n pensivepunk.

P.S. Don't let anyone EVER tell you that you can't do it.

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Brittany G. of Glendale, AZ asks...
Pat, my mama wants to know... where did you get that gas station shirt? She wants one with her name on it.

He got it at a local thrift store. It doesn't say Pat on it, either. It says "Howie."

Answered by Web Boy Sean

Brittany G. of Glendale, AZ asks...
Why is Pat so special in this picture? He has the only cell phone...

You know I'm always the "special" one in our pictures.

Answered by Pat

Sydney B. of Indianapolis, IN asks...
Do any of the band members speak Japanese?

None of us can speak Japanese aside from bits and parts, but we're working hard on learning it! Soon we'll know how to ask where the bathroom is, and how much the hamburger in the ad costs. Mata Aimashou. :)

Answered by Web Boy Sean

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