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- Posted on Jul 29th 2009 3:00PM by Emily Tan
Complete with post-game orange slices and Capri Sun, the pre-show game was something that Ra Ra Riot won't forget. "It was a lot of fun, and stuff like that is the best part of touring," Santos says.
Although the band has had some good times on the road, they plan to buckle down for the next few months and work on their next album. "Right now we have a ton of ideas that we've sort of compiled," Santos says. "So the next month will be organizing all of the ideas, strengthening and ironing them out and putting them through the collective filter."
And while the Syracuse-based band has already spent every waking moment together, they plan to continue the union by moving into a house on a 100-acre upstate New York peach farm where Santos admits each member will have their own room in case they want "get away from each other if we need to."
But Ra Ra Riot still has a little ways to go before they take their hiatus from the road. The band is scheduled for All Points West and Lollapalooza as well as a string of dates with Maps & Atlases and Princeton that stretches into October.