Home' LOTL : FebMar17 Contents LOTL CATCHES UP WITH THE TWINS FOR AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
How does it feel not only to be back home
in Australia again, but also to be perform-
ing at the 2017 Sydney Mardi Gras?
It is the greatest being home and seeing our
family and friends back here. This is going to
be our very first Mardi Gras and wearre excit-
ed to celebrate and perform for Sydney this
Regarding the costumes for your perfor-
mance at Mardi Gras this year, have they been
decided yet? Will we be seeing another body
I feel like Lisa and I have been planning what
we would wear to Mardi Gras for years! Body
glitter is absolutely involved.
Your latest hit music video On Your Side
has gone viral and it is safe to say that fans
are buzzing over the newly rekindled re-
lationship. What was the experience like
filming and working with Ruby Rose?
Anyone who knows Ruby, or has seen her
work, understands that she leads from her fire
and heart. She is a passionate and creative
force and has very clear visions of everything
she creates. We admire her greatly for each of
those things. Getting a chance to work with a
friend we have been close to for so long was a
total high. And, on a personal level, she is kind
and disarming, and I am blessed we have all
found our way back to each other.
Anyone who follows your Instagram can
see that Lisa and Logan make a stunning
couple. Since we have seen Jess and Ruby
in a music video together, are there plans
for Lisa and Logan to play the romantic
couple in the next music video?
We find so much inspiration in creating with
We collaborated on the music video for our
song Cruel with Logan. He has such an in-
credible passion for cinema; he coordinated
all the stunts and fight scenes for the video, as
well as playing the villain. We would be lucky
to create more with him on future projects.
You have mentioned in previous inter-
views how close you are and how much
you enjoy working with each other as sis-
ters and friends; is there a secret to how
you work out your disagreements or the
unavoidable sibling quarrels?
I think the important thing to remember is
simply to listen—meanings can get lost in
translation. We try not to get petty in fights
and instead communicate with respect;we
give ourselves the opportunity to try and un-
derstand the other opinion or point of view.
We have spent a lot of time on developing
self-awareness to get to that answer, haha.
We used to throw things at each other and
scream; we have since learnt that love and un-
derstanding are far more effective.
Before your worldwide success, was
there a backup plan or other career pas-
sion that you could see yourselves doing
if music didnot work out?
Lisa and I have always been passionate
about the arts and creating and we have
ideas beyond music. We have always had
passion for health, staying eco-conscious
when choosing makeup, fashion and food,
growing our own food, cooking, spiritual
psychology, humanitarian work, our earth,
our oceans, our wildlife, equal rights, hu-
man rights, animal rights, writing and
What is one of the weirdest/quirky expe-
riences either of you have had with a fan?
Our fans are the most incredible and com-
passionate souls. We have seen some really
wild tattoos, they always blow us away.
What’s one thing on your bucket list that
hasn’t been ticked off yet?
Finding the Megalodon.
And lastly, what’s each of your favourite
90s anthem or jam from your childhood?
TLC by the Waterfalls and Babes in Toyland
by Bruise Violet.
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