The Pretty Reckless frontwoman who is also known as the former actress of Gossip Girl, Taylor Momsen, was the latest interview guest of NME and talked about the band’s upcoming album named ‘Death By Rock And Roll’ as well as the post-pandemic concerts they are planning to give in near future.

In the interview, Taylor Momsen discussed writing her band’s fourth album ‘Death By Rock And Roll’ in the wake of a huge personal tragedy and how that incident saved her life. According to Taylor, she was always hopeful but that was something different that enlightened her.

As you might already know, due to global pandemic measures, almost every single band hopefully waits to get on stage as soon as possible. According to Taylor Momsen, she’s very hopeful about concerts in the post-pandemic world.

Here is what she said:

“I’ve got a little hippy in me, so I’m maybe at times naïve, but I think that peace, love and understanding and compassion are things that, as a society, we need to focus on. And I am very hopeful for change and that the world will start to right itself and we’ll get back on track and not be back to where we were, but be in a better state of living than we were before the pandemic.

That’s my hope — that everyone can really just start to come together and move forward in the most positive way possible. And I think that that’s still gonna require a lot of patience. That’s what 2020 and the beginning of 2021 has certainly taught me — it’s taught me to be patient.”

You can watch the interview below.

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