Everyone’s Upstairs Neighbors

Interviewer: So what does being an upstairs neighbor mean to you?

It means we make sound.

People think of neighborly noise as a nuisance but we think of it as an art form.

We want the sounds to be different but completely unrecognizable.

It just sounds like bowling balls. That can’t be what it is but that’s what it sounds like, sounds like bowling balls.

Is it a bowling ball, is it a metal barrel, you never know because sometimes we get metal barrels.

You knew we were twisted though. Julia is a fountain of creativity. She’s a genius. She is so creative. Their ceiling is our stage and we’re dancing across it. It is work, but, you know, we often take shifts to create the illusion that nobody here sleeps.

I just want them to stop and I want to know what the hell they’re doing.

I love to feel your body all around me.

Oh, God.

See, she thinks that we’re having sex but things aren’t always what they appear to be.

Oh, yeah. When we do have sex, it’s actually very quiet.

It sounds like a baby the size of a giant is learning how to walk.

A floor is but a movie screen to project the mind’s eye.

And all of that hard work really pays off when we get to meet our fans.

There’s lot of noise going on up here kind of sounds like–

Sounds tough.

Yeah. Thank you so much.

Yep, yep, be well.

Thank you.

You know, some people might say what we do is passive-aggressive. Thank you.


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