Sydney-based rock band The Preatures released their new album Girlhood yesterday. The second record from the Australian outfit - led by singer Izzi Manfredi - looks at the contradictions of being a modern woman, and is set to further the successes of debut album Blue Planet Eyes. Manfredi took some time out from her soul-searching to take on the Best Fit Q&A.
"Excited and little (lot) nervous about our new album coming out."
"That life goes on when bad things happen."
"Lust for Life."
"Eating my Nonna's potato gnocchi with burnt butter and sage at my parent's restaurant when I was 12."
"A bakelite box full of love letters."
"I found the perfect apartment, it was like a rabbit warren full of rooms and spaces to make music. I was trying to figure out how to afford it."
"I just tried to google us and it wouldn't load so I can't find out for you!"
"Stop sleeping with losers."
"I have no regrets and nothing to apologise for."