"I'd rather it just remain being fun."
Asking Alexandria's Danny Worsnop has revealed exactly where he stands with being in the band.
In an interview with Kaaos TV, he said: "I don't have any interest in becoming a legal member again, just because there are so many complications with writing, with my album and with [We Are] Harlot, with other people I work with and my movie schedule."
"At that point everything becomes very political and I'd rather it just remain being fun. It's better for us that way because we can, as a group of dudes and as Danny Worsnop and Asking Alexandria, we can respectfully organise things. Rather than everyone trying to step on each others toes and everyone trying to be the most important thing, this way we can just be like, 'okay you're busy then so we can look at booking stuff for here because you've got nothing going on' and vica versa."
"When I left Asking Alexandria, it was for personal reasons between me and the band, everyone speculated on it being something musical but it was nothing musical at all. Obviously then with Harlot I was touring all of that year and it was during that time that I started writing for this album and I think I really just found myself. I found my sound, I found a way to access the music that was inside me and I think that's what this album's brought."
He also explained how the reunion with Asking Alexandria happened, and where they're at now.
"They approached me asking if I'd do a tour, because they were left without a singer, and it was maybe about two weeks out from the actual tour so I didn't have much time to think, and then eventually I was just like, 'I've got nothing on, fuck it.' So I went and did one tour, and that's turned into two tours and we're discussing doing more tours now, and I signed on to do an album, so that's where we're at."
Oh and the We Are Harlot record?
"I'm working on the new We Are Harlot record right now, gonna try and get in the studio in the summer."
So there you go, you can watch the full interview below.