Onetime wife-and-husband indie-psych-folk duo Tenniscoats have charmed audiences worldwide for over 15 years now with their barmy, improvisational performances. But does the fun translate to the less immediate form of recorded music?
“There’s a longstanding prejudice among people who follow more cult forms of music,” Jenkinson continues, “that popularity is inherently bad. It happened in the ’90s when drum and bass entered popular music, and stopped being underground. But I don’t involve myself. I’d quite happily sell millions of records.”