Hurts - Hurts still record in bedroom16 March 2013
Hurts still record all their songs in their bedroom in Manchester, Northern England.
Hurts still record in bedroom
Hurts still record all their songs in their bedrooms.
The 'Miracle' duo - Adam Anderson and Theo Hutchcraft - stay true to the principles of the electronic artists of the 80s who they look up to and work on their music at home rather than a fancy studio.
Adam told the UK's Absolute Radio: ''We're like bedroom recording artists me and Theo we make all our music in the bedroom. Every song we've ever written has been done in a bedroom.
''That's like the sort of mentality, it's like we've just met each other, we could have gone anywhere but we chose a bedroom in Rusholme [Manchester].
''You've got to wonder about our sort of sanity there.''
The band have just released their second album, 'Exile' - which they admit has a darker tone to their first, 'Happiness' - and said they have lost one of their biggest fans in the process, in Theo's father.
Theo said: ''One person that did not get this album is my dad. I think he was terrified. There's a section in the middle I think is quite sort of dark, I guess you'd say the darker sort of side of us and [it went] straight over his head. So we lost one fan, but hopefully we'll gain some more.''
'Exile' is out now.