Having worked several years in theatre, we came up with Leo Spauls & The Dramas, but we never used it. Usually, when we go on stage it’s Leo Spauls and band. Since we have one in Sweden, Germany, and the UK, I prefer presenting the musicians like individuals. They also have different artistic influences, and therefore, the bands sound somewhat different from each other. I prefer it that way. Letting the musicians have their own private space and do what they like, to some extent, of course. Most of my influences are probably still from the ’90s when I started writing music, but these days I listen to a lot of different music, trying to explore a new artist almost every day. I also tune in to BBC 6 every night. But basically, I always come back to David Bowie. He’ll always be the most influential artist to me. There was a time when he was so important in my life, so I listened to his music every day. These days, I mostly search for what I haven’t seen or heard before. But in what sense it is influential to what I write, it’s probably easier for others to say.