Flowers was there in support of the band’s recent release of a career-spanning, seven album vinyl box-set.
He also spoke to Meyers about the band’s early days, and how they found each other through an ad in a newspaper.
“At the end of each ad, they’d put ‘what influences you had’,” he said. “I would just look at the band names…there was a lot of nu-metal and a lot of stuff I wasn’t really affiliated with, or at least I didn’t affiliate myself with. And then I saw ‘The Beatles’ and I saw ‘Smashing Pumpkins’ and ‘Oasis’ and thought that was close enough for me. That’s how I met our guitar player.”
Watch the performance of ‘When You Were Young’ and Flowers’ interview with Meyers below.