Obviously, it would be nice for him to elaborate on the "dim the lights" metaphor he used to describe the indefinite hiatus Mae is going on after this upcoming tour, as well as give us a little more info about exactly how the original band members reentered the fold. Did the reunion have anything to do with the hiatus, or is that just a serendipitous coincidence? And as far as the (e)vening EP goes, will it have a retail release, or will it be a farewell-tour-only item? Has material been written, and if so, how much input did the original members have in the process? If they contributed (or will contribute), what is the likelihood it will sound anything like the old material (pre-Singularity) as a consequence?
Is this final tour going to feature the Multi-sensory Aesthetic Experience? AKA the lights, projector, 3d glasses, fans/air fresheners. I just want it to be all everglow stuff though. Can we get a live DVD/album while we're at it?
What does HE think of Singularity? Were the songs truly written organically or was there lots of pressure from Howard Benson and/or Capital Records to be different? Also, if Mae gets back together somewhere down the line, would they ever consider trying to sign to major again, especially after the stress of handling every aspect of their careers themselves for the last two years with the (m)(a)(e) campaign.
WILL THEY BE FINISHING THEIR "(E)VENING" EP BEFORE THE TOUR (OR EVEN AFTER) AND RELEASING IT (PHYSICALLY AND/OR ON ITUNES) AS THEY DID WITH "(M)ORNING" AND "(A)FTERNOON"? ALSO, ARE THERE ANY PLANS TO COMBINE THE THREE INTO ONE RECORD "(M)(A)(E)" IN THE FUTURE? Thanks so much!