Ron and Russell Mael talk about Veronica Lake, North Korean military pageantry and their expanding collection of trainers and snow globes. Oh, and their 25th studio album, ‘The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte’. Yes, it’s just another day in the strange and beautiful world of Sparks

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