Q&A: James Chapman (Maps)
Simon ParkinIt's just about the right size, you can walk from stage to stage easily browsing band and acts, which is hard when festivals are too big. It's just a really cool set-up.Simon Parkin
Sunrise Arena, Saturday
Who are you looking forward to seeing?
There's lots I wanna see. Bombay Bicycle Club is one of them. I'm doing a remix right now and I love the song. Really want to check them out live.
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What aspect of Latitude interests you the most and why?
- 1 Part of seventh skeleton discovered in city street
- 2 Nurse's 'heartbreak' over hospital care as her father dies on Covid ward
- 3 Aviva to close two large office sites in Norwich
- 4 Fifteen flood alerts in place amid 'stay indoors' warning
- 5 Councillor 'incandescent' over second-home owners breaking Covid rules
- 6 A47 closed in both directions after crash
- 7 Deputy lieutenant of Norfolk sells beloved thatched Broads home
- 8 Woman in her 20s among 31 Covid patients to die in five days at hospital
- 9 'I've lost my pension': Car collection destroyed by 'professional' vandal
- 10 Timeline: When should you receive the coronavirus vaccine?
Many aspects really. The atmosphere is great, very relaxed. It's just about the right size too, you can walk from stage to stage easily browsing bands and acts, which is hard when festivals are too big. It's just a really cool set-up.
Anything special planned?
Yep. It'll be special. Myself and August are in the Maps Lab right now concocting our plot. We want to make people move, both physically and emotionally. It's gonna be a blast.
Have you been to Latitude before?
Yes, I played back in 2007. It was amazing! But, to be honest, 2007 was a very messy year for me. I can't quite remember who I saw. I remember dancing in a forest until 8am though. Or maybe that was a dream. It was great though!