Team Vampire Weekend (via Rolling Stone FB Live): What’s your daily beard care routine? Your beard always looks A+.
CT: Oh, thank you, at first I thought that was going to be from my wife, but not the “A+” thing. She would never say that. Unfortunately the real answer is there is no care, it’s just kind of there. Again, this is part of the aging process to realize that you have responsibilities to the world and some of them are not having patchy crap, like, you know, growing out everywhere. But right now I currently use a Wahl Peanut on the number 3 length, to really get down there, although this is professionally done I gotta say - I got a haircut recently, so this looks better than it normally does. I got little scissors for the moustache. I’ve been experimenting with beard oil, but I’m still sort of not sold on it. But then the real CT beauty tip is I got a unibrow so I gotta pluck that shit. That’s the real tip from me. Every, like, 10 days, 2 weeks.
Team Vampire Weekend (via Rolling Stone FB Live): How many jerseys did you bring for this tour?
CT: That’s an interesting question. I recently hired a–I think it’s called McKinsey, which is a firm that sort of comes in and fixes businesses and like tells you what’s wrong, and then you know, whatever. And I had them do a little market research on how the jerseys were playing, and it was a very mixed response. And you know, I like to look at the numbers, I like to respect the numbers, so before the study, I was probably going to bring like 7. Now after the study I’m probably going to bring like 2.
(Pictured above:CT aka Dams of the West performing at C'mon Everybody in Brooklyn, NY last December 2016. Photos via @speedy1227 and @michellecointreau)
The Rolling Stones pose with gold discs at a press conference at the Stadthalle, Bremen in Germany on March 29, 1967. The Stones’ 1967 album, Between the Buttons, included the hit songs ‘Let’s Spend the Night Together’ and 'Ruby Tuesday,’ a No. 1 hit on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. The album went gold, landing at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 3 on the U.K albums chart. Photo by K & K Ulf Kruger OHG.