How has your style evolved over the years? Who are the models that you look to for inspiration?

"We used to be scruffy, struggling kids in a metal band. Now we are rock stars, actors and models! So our style has developed as our attitudes have". When we were young we tried to look like those who inspired us, now we aim to inspire others.

We have always inspired each other. But when we first started modelling we met Jimmy Q, who is a really cool guy with a great style. We read an interview with Bradley Solileau where he said he went from being a drug dealer to being in Lana del Rey music videos and we thought "well why not us too?"

Dead or alive who would you love to shoot with and why?

We would have loved to of been able to work with Elvis Presley or Heath Ledger in any form!

Beyond music, modelling, and supporting other creatives, what are your passions? What do you do on vacation or your days off? What do you wish you had more time for?

"We have always been obsessed with UFC & Football, but also tv and film. We've had Cineworld unlimited cards since the day they became available!"

Tell us something about your personal life past or present that will blow our minds :)

Bud: I once had a one- night stand with somebody from a girl band. Can’t remember the band's name exactly,  I think it was something like Pick 'n' Mix', he says with a rye smile. "Lets just say I didn’t really hear back from her!"

Aidan: I’m self-taught on all instruments and everything else to boot, all our harmonies and tightness are natural. We've never been taught any of it.

Tell us about your music from WeAreOne being born, how you've developed and what you see for the future of the band. 

We (The Twins) have been writing this music together for the last 5 years, and with the help of our other members we have developed the sound and style of the band so organically. The future of the band is to dominate the music scene!

We’re not here to take part, We’re here to take over, We Are One.

Tell us about your prime time tv appearances on All together now on BBC one.

The show was a really interesting opportunity for us to show people a more relaxed and fun side of our personality, when we are on camera or on stage we are a completely different animal. So it was nice to let people see the other side to our character and to be involved with giving young singers the opportunity to change their lives. The show also put us in connection with a lot of other people in the industry 'who are now a big part of our lives, and will be for years to come'.


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