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- Posted on Oct 22nd 2009 4:59AM by Stephen Dowling
Drummer Jack Lawrence-Brown told BBC 6 Music, "I've heard so many stories about how there's been fights in the past between the four of them, which is completely understandable because they're brothers and I fight with my brother when I see him once a month.
"But on this tour I've got to say they seemed to be having a really great time and they all seem to have become really comfortable with what they're doing."
Lawrence-Brown said it was probably the most enjoyable support tour we've ever done," before apologising to Coldplay and Snow Patrol, who had previously taken them out on tour.
There have been rumours of discontent in the Followill camp, including a recent interview with bassist Jared in which he said frontman Caleb had called him and told him he was writing the next album by himself.
"I think possibly you can still some of their own frustration before they play 'Sex On Fire' because they often preceded that song with a little snide comment about it and then they'd play it," Lawrence-Brown said.
"I'm sure they're well aware that's the reason they are playing a lot of arenas in the first place. From what I could see, it seemed like they were having the times of their lives."