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Gonzalez: We saw the band Bleached twice. The guitar player is a big fan of ours, and she was telling Gabriel that she wants to tour together. There's a bunch of friends of ours that I'd be down to tour with. We're friends with Pujol, and we played with them a couple of times. There's another band from Nashville, Diarrhea Planet — we saw them play yesterday and hung out.
What is the first thing you want to do when you get back into town?
Gonzalez: The last few times we've gotten back from a long tour, we've gone straight to the beach. When we get back this time, the water's already cold. It's not the ideal beach scenario, so I'm not sure. Sleeping in a bed is going to be nice, and eating some real Cuban meals. It was my birthday yesterday, and we had a big dinner at a Cuban restaurant. I'll put Cuban in quotations. The food was good, but when I ordered Cuban coffee, they brought out espresso with no sugar in it. Come on, man!
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Presents! What did you get for your birthday?
Gonzalez: My mom sent a card for me. Diego gave me a Hall & Oates pin. Gabriel and his girlfriend bought me brunch, and he still owes me a massage. Rydel is still debating. Ruben Mendez from Hardly Art bought me two pieces of cake — a cheesecake with chocolate brownies on top and a coconut cake — at the Cake Shop, which was pretty appropriate.
Glazin' has a pretty fervent love letter to California called "Los Angeles." Have you ever seriously entertained relocating?
Alcala: No. We love Miami, we hate Miami, we love Miami, we hate Miami. We don't want to leave at all. That's our home; that's where our family and friends are. We love the vibe. We'll just keep on touring. We have those breaks out of Miami to experience other places, see new faces. [laughs] Whenever I start getting sick of Miami, there's a tour around the corner that I'm looking forward to. Then, on tour when I get homesick, it's usually toward the end.