Who would play you in the movie of your life?

Suse: Young Jake Gyllenhaal but that wouldn't actually make any sense...

Julie: Tina from Bob's Burgers or Steve Buscemi. Tina would do the early years.

What would your superpower be and why?

Suse: I would like the ability to see into people's brains and see what they are actually thinking. That way you could tell if someone was trying to manipulate you. Maybe i could just have the sunglasses from They Live.

Julie: Invisibility so I could fidget without pissing people off. 

What's your idea of heaven?

Suse: A series of exciting challenges and then an ice cream at the end. Repeat.

Julie: Lots of wild swimming and making things. 

What one thing have you learnt from your parents?

Suse: Brush your teeth before eating not after, twice a day.

Julie: To brush my teeth. 

What song do you wish you'd written?

Suse: Alex G - "Change"

Julie: Prince - "Alphabet Street"

If you could say something to your 15 year old self, what would it be?

Suse: If you're going to go to university, go study something where you will learn practical skills.

Julie: Don't panic.

What's your re-occurring nightmare?

Suse: I used to have the same dream about a dark swimming pool full of seaweed and seacreatures. Around the swimming pool and outside there were skeletons. I'm scared of the sea. Both options, in the pool or out, were scary.

Julie: That I'm Larry David.

What song will they play at your funeral?

Suse: Aphex Twin - "Lichen"

Julie: The BoJack Horseman theme. 

What five people would you invite to your fantasy dinner party?

Suse: Adam Curtis, Alex G, Brian Greene, my girlfriend and my friend Alex Scott.

Julie: My five niece/nephews. Alternatively Leonard Cohen, Larry David, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson and Anthony de Mello.

And finally, who would you most like to apologise to and why?

Suse: My mum. I was a particularly terrible teenager.

Julie: I would also apologise to my mum. 

Resort is out now on Lost Map Records. Tuff Love begin their UK tour with an album launch night at Glasgow's Stereo on 5 February hosted by Lost Map and TYCI