Published Thursday, 22 August 2013
Neyla, who also plays cello in the five-piece band from Colarado, said she was enjoying being in Northern Ireland again.
"It's really great," she said. "It's very rare that we have a day off in a city to even explore it or get a feel for it all, so we actually did have a day off which was pretty cool.
"Everybody I've met has been so friendly and there's lots of great shops and coffee and restaurants so it's been really fun."
Neyla said the huge success that Hey-Ho, the band's first release from their debut album, has brought hasn't really hit them yet.
"I think it's all going to sort of settle in once we have a break to let it, it's hard to be present sometimes because we're moving and constantly in the midst of it and I think when we have a chance to relax and reflect on it (it will).
"It's been amazing I think it's a really lucky thing that we get to make music for a living."
When asked what some of her highlights have been so far, she said: "In about one month, we did Saturday Night Live and we had the Grammys, and we travelled to Europe for our first big European tour, one of the first big European tours we had, all within about one month.
"One of those things would have been a lifetime highlight I think, so it is all coming so rapidly together."
Neyla said she expecting playing at the concert in the heart of Belfast city to be a unique experience.
She said: "I think it will be great - it will probably make it a bit rowdier and you'll hear sort of the sounds of the city mixed in with the sounds of the music and I love it, I'm really excited for the show."
Still to headline the eight-day event are Jake Bugg, Suede, Steve Angello with Bullet For My Valentine providing the rocking finale on Monday.
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