Eat, sleep and breathe: Bwani Junction

Eat, sleep and breathe: Bwani Junction

The Edinburgh indie-afrobeat group's frontman, Rory Fairweather, tells us of his touring habits

What time is breakfast?
Meal times become irrelevant, just food time.

Tea or coffee?
Always tea.

Smoking or non-smoking?
Absolutely no smoking, our bodies are temples.

Sweet or savoury snacks?
Jack ate soap last time … what does that classify as?

What food do you miss when you tour?
All food. We mostly eat sandwiches.

Who’s the best cook you know?
My mum.

What’s on your rider?
Carrot sticks and hummous. And a slender young female.

Which country/ city has the best food?
We’ve not left the UK yet, but we’re hoping to get to Paris sometime soon.

Do you eat out a lot?
Just Burger King I’m afraid.

Do you drink onstage?
Yep. Although we have a one-hour rule enforced by our manager that doesn’t allow us a drink until one hour before we play.

Bwani Junction play Stereo, Glasgow, Fri 9 Mar and the Granary, Edinburgh, Sat 10 Mar.

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