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"It's market by market," Enrique says. "Chicago is getting good. Texas is getting good. Los Angeles and Bakersfield are really good. It's little pockets we're trying to open up and expand."
At the same time, there's a certain charm to being a struggling touring band. "We're still constantly having strange but great experiences," Enrique says. "You're in Burtonsville, Maryland, and the place has a bad PA, and the sound guy doesn't know how to work a DI box, and you're in the back of a Mexican restaurant or something and you're just pissed off. But then some girls show up, and they know your songs just from looking up the band on YouTube. And you're like, 'OK, I'm being a dick right now. I get to play music here tonight. I should just relax.'"