How long ago were you spotted in the supermarket?
Scott: Four months ago and things have changed drastically. It's a bit different walking down the street now. You can't compare it to anything else
When did you guys form the band?
Scott: We were about 10 when we started playing our own instruments and by the time we were 12 we kinda clicked why don't we set up some instruments and jam? And we've just been in the band ever since and we did our first gig when we were 14.
What do mum and dad think?
Scott: They love it. Sometimes they can't handle the noise. but they do really love it!
Noise Next Door. How did you get that name?
Craig: When we first started we were rehearsing in any room in the house and one day the neighbours were banging on the wall it was just too loud for them and we said, 'they must think we're the noise next door' and that was it, it stuck.
What's the song Lock up ya Daughters about?
Ed: It's about a young girl going out with this guy who is a bit of a likely lad and the dad really hates him and doesn't like the idea of his daughter going out with him. But the girl tries to see him anyway.
Your producer has worked with Blue and Busted. Are you the next Busted?
Craig: If you put Busted at one end of a scale and Green Day on the other we'd be in the middle. We're a poppy version of Green Day and a rockier version of Busted.
Do you write your own stuff?
Craig: We write our own stuff in a group together and we also write with others including our producer.
Catch Rachel's interview with the band on Newsround Showbiz on Sunday 24 October the CBBC channel.