Andy: Hello, I’m Andy. Tahita: I’m Tahita. A: …from New Young Pony Club. The New Young Pony Club is our band. We started it a few years ago now and we have made an album, Fantastic Playroom, which came out last year. Tate Tracks - we were really excited when it did come up because we are both, you know…. T:…Tate fans. T: Basically they gave us free reign so we wandered around the Tate Modern for a whole day just sort of mooching and pointing at things. A: That was a fun day. T: But that was one of the three main things that we wanted to do, was the Martin Creed piece and we were lucky that we were told finally that we could do that one. A: I think that was…kind of when we left we discussed it and thought yeah that would be the best one. T: That was the main one, yeah. A: It was the one that was most immediate and the one that when we first walked into the room because it’s got it’s own room as well that was really nice and we both thought yeah that would be great, you know, it just immediately sort of struck us as something quite bold and strong and simple, so yeah. T: And brightly lit. A: [laughs] Yeah. T: We didn’t want to interact too much with the words. A: Yeah we didn’t want to be too literal which is…. T: We didn’t want it to be led by what it actually says. A: We actually didn’t want it to be really literal but that was a joke and we started the whole song with Tai saying “let’s start with something… MUSIC: Really literal like… A: What we felt is that it was such a sort of bold piece and the statement encapsulates so much we almost wanted to fit a lot into the song. T: The whole world. A: Rather than having this kind of stark, minimal piece of music which kind of obviously aesthetically would go with the work because it’s quite stark and you know simple. It is a massive statement you know that can be interpreted lots of different ways obviously, but that’s how we kind of came to in a way the sound that we got that we came to which was something that just kind of built and built and built and has all these crazy different sounds from, you know, from lots of different sources that we kind of took samples from, you know, lots of things and then just made into this huge kind of…. T: Maelstrom of noise. A: Yeah, which was really fun.