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"And 11 years later, it's still home." Things took another surreal turn, when the pair, both absorbed by the Warhol scene of the 1970s, decided to take new creative 'names'."We were basically drunk one night, and Jamie gave me literally one second to come up with something, and my only response was a sound, best translated as "VV", Mosshart remembers."It's nice to see my bandmate happy," Alison Mosshart shrugs off the paparazzi pressures that come with her bandmate marrying the most recognisable supermodel of his generation.The Kills' vocalist Mosshart was even willing to be Jamie Hince's 'best person' when he married Kate Moss in a high-profile country wedding this summer.
Surely it must be a singular experience to work and perform with someone like Jack White, who drums for this particular band. “It’s a fucking roller coaster; it’s fantastic to collaborate with anyone that has a million ideas a minute. so to stand there in front of him on stage is weird for me: ‘How are you sitting down?
“I’m just wrapping up a tour with The Kills and then I’ll be back with The Dead Weather for the release of the album and a tour.
Supermodel Kate Moss can be credited with a lot of things: making shorts with Wellies a thing, being a leading figure in the Models Dating Rock Stars movement and of course, being the most chronic wardrobe malfunction-er of all time.
KATE MOSS CHANNELS HER INNER ZIGGY STARDUST FOR RETRO-COVER SHOOT This kind of unconventional arrangement seems to go with the territory of male-female musical pairings - Annie Lennox famously performed the same nuptial duties for her Eurythmics partner Dave Stewart when he married Siobhan Fahey in 1987 - but Mosshart appears unafraid that Hince's new status will impinge on her, professionally or personally: "We're pretty set in our ways," she explains in London, ahead of the band's concert at London's Brixton Academy this weekend.
"He definitely has new responsibilities, but that would happen with any band together a long time. We're not going to fall over in the street, so I feel pretty safe." From the sound of it, this summer is by no means the most unpredictable episode in their 13-year history together, anyway - an alliance that began when Florida-based Mosshart heard Hince playing the guitar in a London hotel room and decided "he sounded really cool - much better than the people I was playing with".