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Bet Kate never had this problem when she was dating Pete Doherty... Such a shame, too; it was only last November that Kate and Alison were reported to have ended their previous feud.I don’t know that many people that would put up with me for that long and I don’t think he knows many people that would put up with him for that long.” And when can we expect to hear more new material from The Kills?“Well, we were on tour for nine straight months last year, and then got off and then went back on the road,” Mosshart told NME. We haven’t really stopped, but I’m always writing, I know Jamie’s always writing.I think he was just surprised that it went on and became a real thing, as we all were. It was just one of those things where, if something’s working like that, you have to do it. Obviously none of us needed a second job—or a fifth job, in Jack’s case. The single (“Satellite”) builds to this wall of sound, with a gospel choir. And there’s even a piano ballad (“The Last Goodbye”). I was writing a certain type of song—a really American song.
“The stories circulating from a UK tabloid of a ‘fist fight’, or Jack punching me, or the two of us ‘being at each others throats’ are untrue.We just went and recorded, for fun, some covers of some songs. We’re just trying to figure out the rest of this year and it looks like we’re pretty much gonna be touring for the rest of this year.” While discussing the potential of The Dead Weather reuniting for a new album and tour, Mosshart also spoke to NME about defiance in the age of populism and Donald Trump, The band have also covered Rihanna’s track ‘Desperado’, taken from their upcoming ‘Non-Electric EP’, ‘Echo Home’ – due for release on June 2 digitally, before a physical 10″ vinyl release.As well as performing at Margate Wonderland and Liverpool Sound City this weekend, The Kills will also headline London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on Tuesday 30 May.People say that the performances are kind of like watching a private conversation—and we haven’t played a show in a while. Do you think it was harder for Jamie since, at the same time, he’s gained this notoriety for something besides music? Sometimes that gets more attention than the actual music; the progression from album to album. “The Kills are too cool.” There’s been an on-and-off relationship with the music press that loves us and then hates us then loves us again. Was he cool with the Dead Weather or was he a little jealous? [Jack Lawrence], Dean [Fertita], Jack, and I didn’t sit down decide to be in a band together or do two records or tour the world. Do you worry that the culture of The Kills is sometimes seen as more important than the music.