The 2 Minute Interview
The term “life in the limelight” was born when Tobias Jundt aka Bonaparte founded the eponymous band in 2006. Anybody who has witnessed the wild bustle of Punk, costumes and masks, eloquence and lots of bare skin, knows what we are talking about. He answered our questions for this little intro as follows: Who are you? “Bonaparte, Emperor of the people and the hearts.“ Where do people know you from? “From radio and television and from the pub around the corner.” What do you do? “Right now, I am answering interview questions.” What else do you plan on doing? “Afterwards, I will eat a pineapple and write a hit song!” Well, we could finish right here – pretty much everything has been said. He’s genius and madness in one; he’s ironic and painfully honest (honest!) and very likeable of course. So, if we stopped right here you’d never find out about sex with a suckling pig in a sauna, the swing on a maple tree or the pink elephant. We highly recommend going to see one of Bonaparte’s gigs either in Hamburg or Berlin to anyone who is ready for more after reading all of this. We’re giving away guest list tickets for each gig. Send an email titled “ANTI ANTI!” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Berlin, Wellington, the world
Shoe size: 39.5
Favourite mask: mine
Contact: The moon, exit 2, third house on the left!
Describe yourself in three words.
Three third threesomes!
What is your Plan B?
Which concert will you never forget?
Which song would you still listen to even if the record were broken?
What does a romantic love scene sound like?
Name a magical place anywhere in the world.
A moment you will always remember?
If you had a time machine for one day, which year would you set it to and why?
I’d just set it to tomorrow to avoid oversleeping again.
Which book, film and record should everyone have read, seen and listened to?
With which artist (dead or alive) would you like to record a song?
Which super power would you like to have?
What would you cook for us if we visited you at home?
What are you afraid of?
When did you last try something new and what was it?
What should no one know about you?
Which question should we have asked?