So I had to get cortisone injections, which are just about the most painful thing imaginable. There’s a freer, very honest sentiment to the record, more than what’s gone before.Then, I stupidly slammed my middle finger in a car door and crushed the end of it... We were just trying to find some privacy and write something sensitive in a clumsy, loud, public environment. I’m trying to find my own little sanctuary in a world that doesn’t really want me to have one. The lyrics were really important to me this time too, I had to find a way of saying something that wasn’t a rock’n’roll cliché.
‘I’m meeting up with Calvin in the US in September.’ ‘Oh, I always knew you two would end up together!
’ ‘Huh.’ It’s important to note here that Calvin and I have never been more than friends.
On the face of it, little has changed in the world of The Kills since their emergence in 2001.
Back then, guitarist Jamie Hince and singer Alison Mosshart were the bizarro White Stripes: a boy-girl duo playing blues and garage rock, but with perfect hair, skinny jeans and all the added danger of someone likely to spill your drink and the steal your partner.
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But the intensity remains, and their chemistry is undeniable: at one point as Mosshart postures at the edge of the stage, Hince, like everyone else, looks on in admiration.
When Jack White and Karen Elson announced their separation a few weeks ago, they likewise announced that they would hold a party to celebrate the relationship (which I guess isn’t that dissimilar to people celebrating a life rather than mourning the end of one at a funeral, but anyway).
When they walk onstage at the Roundhouse tonight, Hince in trademark scarf, Mosshart in trademark leather trousers, they look remarkably unblemished from a decade of rock ’n’ roll decadence and gossip-page notoriety.
But it soon becomes obvious that, onstage, The Kills have come alive. Fever” forgoes its slow seduction in favour of thumping drums that could crack a hole in the roof.
Everyone around them knows he's crazy about her and would marry her in a second." The source added, "Neither of them are into the idea of a big traditional wedding.