One half of the duo in Night Terrors of 1927, Jarrod Gorbel, let us ask him 10 Questions — he responds too!

Waking up tangled in a mass of sheets drenched through with midnight’s sweat and a throat hoarse from terrified sleep-shrieking isn’t exactly a workable description of a good night’s rest. But the duo in the Night Terrors of 1927 stick behind the band’s moniker as a way to separate it from the saturated synth-heavy indie rock herd. The outfit’s album “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” quickly gained critical acclaim since being released last month and the band will have that album — along with a special magazine created by and for fans — in tow when it opens up for Bleachers and Joywave on Saturday, Mar 7 at The Fox Theatre in Boulder.

1. How’s life; are you both well?
Jarrod Gorbel: We are wonderful! Very excited to have released our record this month and to be going out on the road with Bleachers.

2. March is a big month for college students to turn up and get wild: What are some of your favorite things to do on vacation — if you even get one?
Blake likes to scuba dive and I like to swim in more shallow waters. I also like to spend as much quality time as possible with my dog.

3. “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” is finally out. Looking back, do you wish you’d have done anything different?
I try not to look back because I always want to do something different. That’s impossible, so it’s best to keep looking forward.

4. If they ran for president in 2016, would you vote for Jon Stewart or Peter Griffin?
Jon Stewart.

5. You have the opportunity to play Coachella this year. Are you more of a festival type of band or do you like intimate venues more?
Festivals are fun as a music fan because you get to watch a bunch of different bands. From the performance perspective, it’s easier to connect to an audience in a smaller venue or setting.

6. It’s been said in the past that becoming a band for you was effortless. Do you think that ease is something that comes through in your sound?
I feel like the music and production seems fluid and natural much like the way Blake and I write together. The ease at which a band comes together isn’t always reflected in the music, but in our case it does.

7. Would you ever admit to peeing sitting down sometimes?
Yes! In two cases: pure exhaustion and If I can’t find the light.

8. What’s your take on the Grammys — are they worth all the trouble everyone seems to give them?
Of course I wouldn’t mind winning one myself, but as a spectator it seems to be targeted for an older audience. This past year’s was a little bit of a snooze fest.

9. Who are some artists you’d like to collaborate with?
I would love to sing with Lana Del Rey or Florence Welch.

10. What does the future hold for the Night Terrors of 1927?
World domination!