She also featured on Cage the Elephant's song "It's Just Forever", from "Melophobia".
She started her musical career in 1995 with the Florida punk rock band Discount which disbanded in 2000.
I wake up while I’m working, and the second I’m awake and finish that, then I go do the things I want to do.
Books on your bedside table right now: I just finished that book last night, so I’m only about 25 pages in, but so far it’s really fucking good. I have a TV in my room in Nashville but I think I’ve turned it on maybe three times in four years; I just end up watching stuff in hotel rooms on my computer if I have a night off.
“I don’t have any kind of days off or anything,” Alison Mosshart said from Florida, where she’d just flown in after a brief pit stop at home in Nashville in the midst of touring with Jamie Hince for their band The Kills.
So visiting the exhibition she's currently part of in Berlin has been pretty much out of the question, though that hasn't stopped her presence from being felt at the show: A group of her photos from life on the road, including some of Mosshart herself, are on display alongside other instant analog film mementoes by the likes of Maripol and Jack White (Mosshart's bandmate in the Dead Weather), in a show organized by the Impossible Project.