"I kind of told everyone that I’d kill them if they got involved in the recording and messed anything up. Because that’s the most important thing to me: making records and being uninterrupted."
"My confidence onstage is a bit of a joke. It's weird for someone who does not like to be the center of attention to do something that's so narcissistic and exhibitionist. I have to go this place in me that is flailing and raw."
"Just the boredom of the ’80s and how everyone was driving around drunk, and the guys always talk about how at least two times a year people would drive into a tree. I listen to their stories and wonder how they survived."
Is it obvious why we love Lydia Loveless so much? In anticipation of her new album Real (which comes out TOMORROW!!), she had three distinct conversation with Rolling Stone, Noisey/VICE, and The A.V. Club, respectively.