Vocalist Rudy Amanfu who is a member of Jack White's all-female band, The Peacocks, told Uncut
"This one makes me move every time, it really comes alive for me. There's an industrial sound to it, like if you went into a factory and got all the gear together to create an album based on the sound of the warehouse.
As with all of the songs from Blunderbuss
and most of Lanzaretto
, that was recorded in a live situation in the studio. We were very much in the room for that moment. The songs all happen very quickly. Even when we came to do Love Interruption
Jack was still writing the lyrics in his black, leather - bound book during a break before we did the session."