A lot of labels are hiring a lot more accountants than people that know music.
People don't realize who this band is always been because we're so young, and it's hard to get over that stigma.
Radio is a really strange business now, too. There's a very narrow door and a very few people control what gets played.
There's always a spattering of people who see Hanson who were influenced by classic '60's and '70's rock and roll. In a lot of ways, we're sort of the anatomy of a '70's rock band if you examine what we do: white guys who grew up listening to soul music from the '50's and '60's.
You have to lead people to get excited and be passionate and be activated by what you do.
You never get to pick how you get pinned and how people perceive you.