AOL: There was one song in particular, 'Letter to God,' wherein you teared up a little. Can you walk me through what you were feeling at that moment?
LOVE: 'Letter to God' makes people cry and then they project on to me that I'm crying. And sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. But I'm a bit of a giver. That's a huge understatement. It takes a huge toll on me to play shows and I had, like, three shows in two days including one for Perez Hilton, which was just, it was horrific in so many ways, and then a show at a bar at one in the morning. [Micko] and I both have impossibly high standards and the rest of our band's a little more mellow. I mean, I wore fluorescent green tights -- put it that way. You know, like, anyone when they're wearing fluorescent green tights is not in a good mood when they're over 30 -- 20, even. Not a good move.
AOL: Tell me about the new, never-been-recorded song 'Pretty Your Whole Life,' which you performed today.
LOVE: I go way, way, way back to one of the first songs I ever wrote, which is called 'Pretty on the Inside.' But ['Pretty Your Whole Life'], the lyric is "You know you're pretty/You're born pretty/You're pretty your whole life." And then it has a chorus. But that's the entire verse right now. It's gonna be a freakin' tune. Anyway, I have all these songs about pretty and beautiful and Devil and God, and I'm a Buddhist. I think I'm totally good looking and hot and I'm not dysmorphic, or anorexic or neurotic in any way, shape or form. I'm not that looks-obsessed. I was for a while when I was an actress. But then I stopped. I'm pretty comfortable in my own skin.