Citizen Recall Spending The Night At A Weird Fan's House

(TeamRock Radio) Citizen say they always think twice about crashing at strangers' homes on tour after they spent the night at a weird fan's house. The Michigan band stayed at a man's home after a gig in Utah in 2012 and the experience taught them a valuable lesson, as the host got a little too close for comfort to frontman Mat Kerekes.

Guitarist Nick Hamm tells TeamRock: "He was just getting a little creepy and trying to get into the bedroom we were sleeping in. He was trying to cuddle with us and he was kissing our frontman Mat's shoulder.

"He wasn't even drunk, he was just weird." Drummer Jake Duhaime adds: "I think it's a lesson learned. We stay pretty low key for the most part. We don't really wanna roll the dice.

"It seems like the longer we've been a band, the less we will stay in random places. We used to be like, 'Yeah we'll stay at a place if we need a place to stay,' but now we choose to get a hotel room. There's too many weirdos out there." Read more here.

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