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At the center of that relationship is their deep, and now wordless, mutual trust. “In 20 years, I’ve never even shown her a sketch,” says Joy. “She’s always basically allowed me to make whatever I’ve wanted, which is pretty next-level. But that also means that I need to do my best to knock it out of the park each time, and that can feel pretty daunting.” “We do have this secret, sort of sacred way that we work together,” adds O, “but it’s kind of more like sadomasochistic torture—I’m either torturing her, or she’s torturing me.” She laughs wildly. “She’s tortured because she’s putting so much pressure on herself to make this thing and she probably hates my guts while she’s doing it, and I’m tortured because I’m seeing it for the first time right before I’m supposed to wear it onstage. But it always works out beautifully. I think sometimes the best relationships are the ones where you have that beautiful friction of never knowing what’s going to happen—that push and pull.”
“A lot of it is trying to tune into something deeper but also just trying to stay as open as possible,” she says. “You want to be a lightning rod, almost, to download or receive whatever’s coming through. Songwriting still feels like a very mysterious process to me—just seeing what comes from above or what bubbles up from below.” Returning to the stage this year also came with another dilemma for O: How could she bring the record’s rough, resilient spirit to life sartorially? After all, aside from her innate musicianship and ferocious charisma as a performer, O’s renegade approach to fashion has made her a style icon in her own right—a status partly owed to her now decades-long partnership with the costume designer and artist Christian Joy. The pair first met in the late ’90s, after O began frequenting the East Village store at which Joy then worked; after spotting one of Joy’s own designs—as Joy describes it, laughing, a “hacked-up prom dress covered in blood after the movie Carrie and stenciled all over”—O immediately requested one of her own. The rest is, well, history.
The result is a triumph. Cool It Down is sprinkled with production quirks that feel exhilaratingly fresh—the glittering funk of “Fleez,” the icy synth stabs of “Wolf,” the clipped, rattling beat of “Blacktop”—while still unmistakably Yeah Yeah Yeahs in its restless ambition and lyrics that balance bravado with tenderness. After such a long hiatus, did the stakes feel higher? “Life just feels so high stakes these days, you know? Everybody’s still quietly reeling from the past few years under the surface,” says O, noting that the closest parallel to the “uncertainty and lack of control” that she felt making Cool It Down was when the Yeah Yeah Yeahs released 2003’s Fever to Tell in the aftermath of 9/11 in New York City. Still, despite the epic, widescreen nature of the songs—“Spitting” touches on the climate crisis, while album closer “Mars” serves as a spoken-word lullaby inspired by O’s son watching the night sky—her approach to songwriting, and her ability to write a lyric at once cryptic and strangely profound, remains as instinctive as ever.
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