Pitchfork: Jehn, you previously said something about how being in a group with women means you can sing about more violent things, which perhaps comes out in the song "Hit Me" that you've been performing.??
JB: It's not about domestic violence at all. It came from a documentary about a porn star. In it, she was crying, not because she had been raped, but because the scene she had just done was so emotionally intense, she was feeling full. And the documentary turned it into something very evil, like she had been a victim. And I hate when women are turned into victims like that. I was thinking, "She's not a victim, she knows exactly what she's doing." She's actually, I thought, really impressive. There's a line in the song which is exactly what she said: "I took a beating today, and that was the best thing I ever had." It was interesting to think that desire was coming from awkward places and not necessarily from the twee, obvious things that we think are feminine, but aren't. I like twisted, original desires. To twist that thing is very important, because it's the existence of life. ??