Nigel Godrich: "I am a big fan of this band. They work very hard. They are very talented individually and collectively. I was turned on to them by Thom Yorke while we were sharing a tipi at Glastonbury and were awoken by their opening set at the park stage. He dragged me along to see them, bleary-eyed and hungover. They gave an amazing performance for breakfast." (Pictured: Singer-songwriter Luke Temple [background] and guitarist Michael Bloch [foreground] in London)
Nigel Godrich: "I saw some more shows that summer and I was inspired to try and capture what I had seen, something I found very powerful and unusual. They were up for it. What happened after that is a bit of a delicious blur. Ultimately it came out being something else than originally intended. Nothing is ever as simple as its conception, and this project was no exception." (Pictured: producer Nigel Godrich recording Here We Go Magic in Los Angeles)
Luke Temple: "Who needs a perfectly good notebook with plenty of blank pages when you've got a greasy envelope?"
Luke Temple: "He's staring into the middle distance and thinking about the Civil War or something." (Pictured: drummer Peter Hale in London)
Luke Temple: "Half a second before he burst into such a violent laugh that we had to cancel the session." (Pictured: drummer Peter Hale in Los Angeles)
Luke Temple: '"Giant Steps' at double speed." (Pictured: bassist Jennifer Turner in Los Angeles)
Luke Temple: "They were playing 'Lean On Me' over and over and over again, and every time Mike would sing more passionately. This was right at the beginning." (Pictured: guitarist Michael Bloch in Los Angeles)
Luke Temple: "Taking my lyrics word for word from National Geographic, like I always do. Holla!"