The A.V. Club talks to—and plays Bozo’s Grand Prize Game with—the indie upstarts (and touring bassist Michael Cera)
- Michael Cera on the evolution of George Michael Bluth and working in Arrested Development’s writers’ room
- Sarah Polley on laying her family history bare in the new documentary Stories We Tell
- Noah Baumbach on how Frances Ha helped him see New York City with new eyes
- Amy Schumer had to be talked into making the show of her dreams
- Joe Hill on his new novel, Locke & Key’s end, and why ideas are just glue
As far as bands go, Mister Heavenly is pretty new. And still, for some not-so-mysterious reason, the band is getting a whole lot of press attention. Deservedly so, of course, because even though the group’s only just released two songs, it’s still pretty damn ripping.
The A.V. Club caught up with Joe, Ryan (“Honus”), and Nick Heavenly—as well as some guy named Michael Cera, who’s on tour with them playing bass—and talked about Kuma’s, their favorite song by a Chicago band, and their favorite song by the band Chicago.
After that, the band members challenged each other to a rollicking game of Bozo’s Grand Prize Game, for lovely prizes purchased at the Joong Boo Market.