If you've watched the overrated 500 Days Of Summer, you know The Temper Trap. On the semi-indie inspired soundstrack, The Temper Trap's Sweet Disposition stuck in the mind like a piece of bacon on a non-Teflon pan. The breakthrough track has also been used in commercials around the world, so it's quite tough for anyone to miss it.
Hailing from Australia, The Temper Trap is led by the operatic voiced, Indonesian-born Dougy Mandagi who formed the band in 2005 alongside bassist Jonathon Aherne. Their first album Conditions came out in 2009, and went platinum in Australia and gold in the UK. The Temper Trap released their self-titled, second record last year. Mandagi and Aherne stopped by for some quick questions.
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