The punk legends took a trip down memory lane, with HP's Roisin Dwyer steering the conversation, on the Saturday of Electric Picnic.
Punk, their 40th anniversary tour, and the time they gaffer taped a journalist to the Eiffel Tower were all on the agenda as The Stranglers took to the stage in the Hot Press Chatroom.
Post storming Main Stage show, Baz Warne and Jean-Jacques Burnel joined Roisin Dwyer – who made it to the end of the interview without being fastened to a world famous landmark – on our couch and you can see the results below...
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