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Taylor Momsen has continuously proved that she is the furthest thing from her "Gossip Girl" character Jenny Humphrey and she made no exception when it came to stripping down to her birthday suit for her latest music video.
In the short yet memorable clip of Momsen, all of her important parts were strategically covered with body paint in the shape of a cross and an arrow in her lower area.Check out the interview below: Loudwire Nights, Full Metal Jackie here. TM: The biggest thing is I’m older from the first record. BP: I had a band and it was produced by a guy named Kato [Khandwala] who is our producer. Ben, I think it’s safe to say you’ve got a hot chick singing for you guys. What does that give you an opportunity to do both onstage and off-stage? I like to say that if I asked you who the drummer for System of a Down is, would you be able to give me the name? I personally, it allows me to do nothing which is really why I got into this. Taylor, your musical role models are predominantly men.We’ve got Taylor and Ben from the band The Pretty Reckless. I wrote the first record when I was 14 and 15 and on this one I’m 19, 20 so there’s definitely an evolution there. TM: Yeah [laughs] — I think we honed into a sound on this record. Kato met Taylor and he said, you should write with this guy. How does that result in the betterment of the band? TM: And I got into joining a band so I didn’t have to do all of this by myself — because it’s really boring [to be a solo act] [laughs]. BP: Which by the way is a Beatles line that she stole. Being a woman, but having those masculine points of reference, how much of an advantage is that when you’re trying to make a song relatable to both genders? It’s something that never really crosses my mind until I get asked about it in interviews. Write a quality song and if we’re happy with it, you put it out into the world and hope it can connect to people in some way. A lot of the songs on the record aren’t songs that just a girl would relate to or a dude would relate to.BP: When we met, the thing that clicked with everybody is that when you’re looking for a band — when Gene Simmons puts in an ad in the back of ‘Rolling Stone’ or whatever — you’re looking for people who are like-minded. TM: Well, I met Kato and then through Kato I met you — BP: She heard the band and went, well I’ll just be the singer of that band and write your songs [laughs]. That’s got to be something that’s considered key in songwriting to be able to have it relate to anybody.The 20-year-old took to her Twitter account to promote the new video.She tweeted, "Check out our new video here and send me your fav screen cap, use #Heaven Knows Video." Taylor Momsen later added, "#Heaven Knows Video NOW on @VEVO." Back in October the singer explained to magazine that music was her passion.
She said, "I've been making music since I can remember, and a few years ago I got to a place where I had a band and could quit acting; that was my day job." She added, "I was 12 when I signed on to Gossip Girl, and since then I've had two records, toured with Guns N' Roses...
I mean, if feels like a different world." The Pretty Reckless album "Going to Hell" is set for a March 18th release date.
Check out the in uncensored video below and for photos of a nude Taylor Momsen check out her Twitter page.
This year has seen the breakout of The Pretty Reckless in the rock world. The Pretty Reckless celebrating a lot of victories. 1 hit for the band — ‘Heaven Knows,’ and you broke the record for most weeks at No. TM: Thanks for playing it and thanks to all the fans that listened to it.
The band has enjoyed their first chart-topping single, ‘Heaven Knows,’ and quite a bit of success for their ‘Going to Hell’ album. 1 [on the active rock chart] for a female-fronted band. TM: Yeah, it’s definitely a good thing to text everyone. It’s not an easy thing to have happen, and it’s even harder to hold on to it. What impressed each of you guys about the other when you met and started making music together.
‘Loudwire Nights’ host Full Metal Jackie had a chance to catch up with The Pretty Reckless’ Taylor Momsen and guitarist Ben Phillips, and they spoke about the recent success, the formation of the group and finding their sound. What’s the most noticeable evolution of that creative relationship between albums? TM: Yeah, it pretty much clicked pretty immediately. Serj from System — the singer is obviously the star of any band, so even though it seems it would be different because there’s a celebrity in the band it’s really the same as any other band.