IT’S true that it might be a one-off asking Orlando Higginbottom – aka the fascinating Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – what colour his pants are.
"Red," he replied in a flash.
But he will almost certainly find thousands more eager to find out everything about debut album Trouble which lands on Monday.
It’s coming out on download, CD and vinyl – maybe no surprise as Orlando is a vinyl collector.
"I’m a big fan and that’s how I got into electronic music, when I decided to start collecting vinyl."
Why did the album sound like Trouble?
"That name was second on my list. First was Original Trouble Hardcore Mix, but I wasn’t allowed to use it because it was felt ‘mix’ would confuse people.
"But Trouble is my favourite song on that album.
"It’s also my favourite word to sing and I put it into almost every single lyric, until I realised I had said it again!
"And the meaning of the word is about right for me!"
Orlando said: "I’m really excited about the album, though I don’t know what’s going to happen when it comes out or how it will be received.
"And I’ve no idea at all how many people will buy it!
"But having finished it a month-and-a-half ago and lived with it since then, I’m happy with it. It’s quite exciting."
And Orlando knows exciting.
He spent last summer working on music for charity album Kinchasa One Two with Damon Albarn and other musicians in the Congo.
"There was a cholera outbreak while we were there land and the city is built on a landfill site.
"Here, if you went up to people and asked them to stand up and sing a song, everyone gets bashful – there, there is a completely humble willingness to join in. It’s something we get so wrong."
What will be right for Orlando, is getting the chance to play RockNess.
"I am really excited about it. You forget what it is like to play outside under the stars ..."
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is on Sunday in the Goldenvoice Arena.