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When the pair convenes to work on a new album, the writing sessions get intense.Kicking back in the mood-lit, mod-plush lobby of the Bowery Hotel in New York City’s East Village, Jamie Hince is still riding a wave of adrenaline from last night’s sold-out show across the river in Brooklyn. “Everyone came back up to the dressing room after the show, and it was my perfect little environment—all my friends there, and I’m just DJ’ing, and everyone was dancing.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.
Two days later, Moss was at the Miu Miu fashion show in Paris, again alone.He said: “It’s difficult being that close to someone and working with them.We have a house together and we socialise together a lot and you can imagine you go through a lot of different climates when you’re not that close to somebody.“But this time round it’s been absolutely fantastic – just so much laughter. *Photograph by Edouard Plongeon.*When Alison Mosshart and Jack White formed The Dead Weather in 2009, a nation of Chelsea Girls and Modern Gainsbourgs trembled at the prospect of no more Kills records. Did you change your approach to writing at all over the break? He was writing a certain type of really English song. This is gonna be a really different record than the one before it.” With two people in a band, you’re pretty limited, in terms of what you can play, so it’s always going to be the idea over the ability. Pre-order it on and listen to the new single, “Satellite,” below.Co-founder and guitarist Jamie Hince’s relationship with Kate Moss (they’re now engaged) helped keep the group in our thoughts, but it was no substitute for a proper dose of creepy-chic retro cool. if people talk about how we dress—because I can say I’m really glad I don’t dress like a roadie. We’re usually on the same page—hanging out all the time, listening to music and living in each other’s pockets—but now I’d been away and he’d been away and we were doing different things.