Recently, Revolver jumped on the phone with Lzzy Hale, who just earned her second Grammy nomination with Halestorm, in the Best Rock Performance category for "Uncomfortable" — the lead single off the band's fourth album Vicious. We asked her to wrap up 2018 by sharing her favorite movie that came out this year, and she picked the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody as a movie that stood out to her in particular.
"I related to it in a different way. I've been in a band for a long time, and I think what they captured in that movie is the relationship between the bandmates," explained Hale. "For one minute you're like, 'I'm about to quit and I hate your hair, and you're all a bunch of assholes!' And then someone plays a bass line and you're like, 'Wait, actually, that's pretty cool.' Then everyone becomes friends again. In a very cartoon way, [the movie] made me think, 'You know what? I think we're doing it right."
There you have it. It's OK to want to kill your bandmates every now and then, as long as you're still able to bond over a great studio session. Expect more from our interview with Lzzy in the coming weeks, and if you haven't already, check out Bohemian Rhapsody.