I used to fly off the handle in everyday life, but I’m a little calmer now.
I’ve always found music that is carnal very attractive but not in the most obvious way.
A lot of what has pushed me forward is desire, and I have expressed that in my songwriting – perhaps because it’s safer!
The more you’ll dress up the more fun you’ll have.
I refuse to be held responsible for bringing back a wave of pasty-faced people into the world.
The extreme side of my personality, which I chose to sort of display, was snowballing and getting a life of its own. It was like looking in a mirror and not recognising myself.
I’d be interested in finding out if there is a light you walk into, and if you do meet people from your life and walk hand in hand with Jesus. I would hate for my death to be tragic: I’d like to be old when it happens. But hopefully a young death is unlikely.
So, then you find yourself in a situation where you have to do things because they’re on offer to you, because you don’t have much self-respect left. You just can’t say no, even to something that you’ve never done before. You just can’t help yourself.
Dresses, I find, are impractical in social situations, but I enjoy wearing them a great deal on stage.
I’m tired of being around men all the time. I’m going to start a band called Skirt with three girls and I’ll play the guitar and sing backing vocals in drag. I went window shopping when I was in New York, saw a lot of amazing dresses.
There’s a hell of a lot of freedom in this rock and roll circus… it’s where all the freaks go – it’s the environment for me.
I love being a freak. It’s great!
My mouth has a tendency to get me into trouble, but because I’m so small and I take on people who are lager than me. If someone punched me, I’d get my drummer beat them up.
I had a great deal of arrogance and a great deal of bravado, but I think the bravado was brought on by a huge insecurity.
I guess the line between being paranoid and being a rock star is smaller than one would expect.