"You're going to have to bear with us. We're zombies right now. We've been on a new flight every 12 hours for like five days in a row. They have to write the city name on the stage for me to remember." Darcy said. "It was pride here, so it was a really fun crowd and, they were ready to party. It was probably the most off the wall show we've done of the tour. I was climbing through the audience at one point."
The tour is currently booked with dates through 2024. One of the differences between being a band and a comedy act is that routing isn’t as important for staging and a massive crew. The pair fly in and out and can take breaks. Darcy explained why after 20 years it was important to have breaks.
"We're kind of a nightmare for the tour promoters. I toured for so long before all this, it's really hard to have a good quality of life on the road. When Jer and I decided to do this, I would way rather stretch this out over a longer period of time. We haven't...
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