(Shreya) The real answer’s that we were in a room, sitting together, (Shreya) and we could not figure out one name that somebody did not hate, okay, like, so I – (Mae) Really?
(Govind) Yeah (Shreya) so I was just saying wor – we reached this stage where I was just saying words – (Shreya) I was like this word, that word, Shorthand. (Shreya) Everyone was like, I don’t hate that
(Govind) We don’t hate that (Prithvi) Shorthand’s like that whatever word, like, yeah, I mean, I don’t necessarily like it (Mae) What were the words that you guys suggested? (Mae) That clearly came from Shreya
What were the words that you guys said that failed? (Abhinav) So, I remember Prithvi pretty strongly feeling about a few names (Mae) Like what?
(Prithvi) I mean – so I – (Shreya) He doesn’t remember them
(Prithvi) So I remember one name – (Mae) (laughs) Cause they were so bad (Prithvi) – That many people told us to name ourselves, was Filter Coffee because all of us are Tamilians, so they’re like that’ll be funny, all of you should name the band Filter Coffee. (Prithvi) I was very pro that, I think, but then – (Shreya) Govind didn’t
(Govind) I didn’t (Prithvi) Govind did not like that name (Shreya) He was like that’s just a funk band; I don’t want to be called just a funk band. I was like, cool (Govind) It was just – it was not the funk band thing, it was also like – Filter Coffee, come on, like how typical I mean 4 Tamilians coming together and calling themselves Filter Coffee (Mae) I was going to say, this really is like the South Indians United Association India, like, in Delhi only