Flamboyant Swedish rockers the Hives stopped by the Rolling Stone studio to play a few cuts from their brand new album Lex Hives, as well as a couple of old favorites. After the set, the band explained their methodical approach to their blunt, catchy rock songs. "We never get bored with our songs because, in our minds, they are perfect," says frontman Howlin' Pelle Almqvist. "Once you get them together, you can play them forever. We're still not sick of songs from our first album."
The Hives Rock the Rolling Stone Studio Swedish quintet play new and old tunes
Swedish quintet play new and old tunes
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