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- Posted on Apr 16th 2010 11:00AM by Linda Laban
What with the band's 10-month-old debut 'Horehound' still fresh, it's hard to say if this tour is the beginning of new promotional duties or the end of the old tour. "Um, I think it's the new one now," singer Alison Mosshart tells Spinner. "I don't know. When we were in Australia, we were playing a bunch of new songs and a bunch of old songs," she says of the band's winter tour, "and the set just got longer and longer."
Still, with the band not having hit every city and the first album's material being relatively new, the 'Horehound' tracks will still feature prominently in the sets. "I think that's the way to go, because there's a lot of places we haven't been," Mosshart says. "North America, we've done a lot more places so we can play more new songs there."
Mosshart is also trying to fit in writing and recording for the next Kills record, which probably means she'll be on the road back-to-back for both bands, again. Far from losing steam, though, Mosshart says that working constantly is perfect for her fidgety personality.
"I love that momentum," she says. "It really suits me. I have no patience and it's been an absolute pleasure being in that environment, working with Jack and constantly moving on, constantly doing things. It's the same for all three of them," she adds of bandmates Jack Lawrence, Dean Fertita and White. "Nobody is slowing anybody else down. I guess that's why it works. There's never any problems, there aren't any issues. There's not anything other than we love doing this."