“We Are Scientists have a reputation for dropping hilarious videos that take our breath away, and in person they didn’t disappoint. Seriousness was not part of the agenda as we talked about a random assortment of topics ranging from Destro’s metal head to celebrities that are (allegedly) secretly bald.”
Rhapsody: We Are Scientists: Home Movies (Interview)
Up this time: indie New Wavers We Are Scientists, who give us a peek into “how boring and plain” they can be, which is actually not boring or plain at all. Sure, there’s lots of eating and driving, but there’s also talk of naked bodies and a failed space adventure comedy idea. Unfortunately no footage of the head being smashed with a goldfish bowl or that Mercedes they stole in Portland …
Brightest Young Things: Celebrating Fathers’ Day with Our Favorite Rock Dads
Chris is featured in this article talking about Dash and being an “indie rock dad.”
BTR Live Studio: We Are Scientists
We Are Scientists first appeared on the scene about a decade ago, touring internationally and becoming massively popular on the strength of their hit-packed debut album. Now, well into their career and still making memorable, danceable songs, they’re touring in support of their latest batch of tunes, and they stopped by to share those and chat with Maia.
Live4: 4 minutes with We Are Scientists
We Are Scientists are in Australia for a four-night, four-gig tour. A chaotic trip with barely any free time. So what did we decide to do? Ask them a bunch of questions…
The Drainage: Interview: We Are Scientists
“Set to hit Seattle’s legendary Crocodile on Saturday, May 3rd, Murray answered my questions about the group’s 2014 release, TV en Français, and some of the awesome antics for which they’re known.”
College Times: We Are Scientists’ dynamic works better than most marriages
It’s been four years since their last album but they have finally come back with their newest record,TV en Français, which was released March 3. College Times caught up with the every eloquent and funny Chris Cain about how the band works creatively and how they keep the spark alive.
NBC San Diego: After Hours with We Are Scientists
We Are Scientists discuss their love of sci-fi and hair metal