Siouxsie Sioux: “Nothing could derail The Banshees. Except ourselves…”

The unhinged story of Siouxsie & The Banshees’ A Kiss In The Dreamhouse album is told in the new issue of Uncut (dated November 2012), out this Friday (September 21).

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The unhinged story of Siouxsie & The Banshees’ A Kiss In The Dreamhouse album is told in the new issue of Uncut (dated November 2012), out this Friday (September 21).

Siouxsie, Budgie and Steven Severin recall the making of the 1982 record, during which their wild behaviour led to the breakdown and eventual departure of late guitarist John McGeoch – acid, obsession, Greek retsina and a haunted mixing desk are also featured.

“We’d been through a lot together and it had just felt really solid,” Sioux tells Uncut. “Nothing could derail us. Except ourselves.”

The new issue of Uncut is out on Friday (September 21).

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