"There are some regional places the band aren't able to get to, but if there are places people want us to come to, we can try and get there. We are just so excited to take our music to the other side of the world and the other side of Australia. Up to Darwin, Northern QLD, VIC and everywhere. Hopefully people will come along to see us and we can play our music to a wide variety of people."
"It was shoot a couple of weeks before the disaster in the Philippines. Everyone involved is all okay, so that is really lucky as well. You never know when those sorts of things are going to happen. Hopefully we have directed a few people to helping out, Australians are always really good with helping out our neighbours."
Symes talks about how the band love to travel to these parts of the world, "we love the culture and the food, we have a nice rich Asian culture here - especially Sydney."
"We love kicking a footy, we love playing frisbee. I think that's what keeps us as fit and healthy as we can. As much as the rock n' roll dream is out there, partying and everything, it's kind of not really possible. You gotta be realistic. It can be hard on the road, as you spend all day in the car and all night at the gig - we get out as much as we can - we all go for runs and swimming, we play a lot of squash actually."
Fans of the band will know their Instagram page houses all the boys antics @boyandbear. From backyard cricket, to squash, to changing tyres on the road - there is visual montage of the bands everyday lives and life on the road. Symes admits though, they have been prone to a few sporting injuries as of late.
"Good ol' Killian had an accident in soccer the night before the our first show (October 2013), he went and played soccer and stuffed his foot actually.
"I just went and played basketball last night and I stuffed one of my fingers, obviously a sign we should stick to music and leave sport alone. We love our sport for better or worse."
Life on the road will be a big feature for the band on the regional Australia and International tour. Symes explains the band will be driving around Europe, America and home soil. It's part of what the band needs to do to keep touring costs down.
"We're lucky to have a couple of guys come with us that do our sound as well. And they help with all the driving and everything." Symes starts pondering the thought of keeping fit on the road, "we like our squash, we may even take our racquets on the road this time. Find some old 70's squash courts, put our shorts on and have a hit."
With the band heading off on the 16th of February, Symes confirms the band is feeling pretty happy about being on the road for three months. "We are pretty excited, it is a bit of a dream to get over there on this record. We're starting to prepare and ready to get into it."
With popularity increasing worldwide, he notes some countries with Australian fans always have good attendance. "I think our music speaks to a lot of locals as well. Which is what is happening in Germany and places like that. There'll definitely be a few old mates over there in London," he notes laughing.