MM: What keeps the band going after 40 years?
JK: Apart from the fact that we enjoy it. Since we have been kids we have been creative. I got up early
yesterday to work on a song that I am going to demo tomorrow night. There is no one making me do that and no one is
screaming for new stuff, but I want to get this thing out of my head Ė Iím excited about it. If I get it out of my head, I will
be able to move on to something next. Itís not always like that we have had periods when its been like getting blood out of a stone
and those periods are horrible.
MM: Does the song have a title yet?
JK: Well, it does have a title, it's called "Love Til You Hate Me." It's a good title isnít it? It might not come out for twenty years
when Iíll be eighty. (Laughs) It better come out before that. It might not even be perfect, but the point is to get to the great you
have got to go through the good the bad and the indifferent. But maybe Iíll go into the studio to work on the track and meet a young
engineer who will work on the next album. You just have to be engaged.
Jim Kerr and Mark Millar