HRU: Things are going well. You just got back from Germany, and next you’re going to Australia and Singapore. How does it feel to reach fans all over the world?
JAKE: That’s a good question! I don’t really know how to explain it. I kind of feel like I live in a bubble. Obviously to me, I’m just me. There was a point in time when I didn’t have fans all over the world, that was my dream. It was a goal I was shooting for. To me, I’m just me, I’m just another human being. I play music, I like to do it, I think I have a talent for it & clearly other people enjoy what we do. The best way to explain it – it’s just kind of surreal, unreal, unbelievable. It’s really a weird thing to go from being on tour where every night we’re going in front of thousands of screaming fans playing our music and hearing them sing along, having that rush of adrenaline & when that last show is over, and you go back to regular life, it’s a weird transition period. I used to be that kid in the crowd watching the shows. Then I became the person on the stage. I was a kid with a dream, and I was determined to make it a reality.