Lzzy Hale Admits A Threesome Inspired Halestorm’s ‘Do Not Disturb’

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Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale recently answered fan questions on Twitter and revealed that their ‘Do Not Disturb’ was inspired by a threesome she had.

Artists get inspiration from various things, from an incident that affected them to an inanimate object they saw. One of Halestorm’s fans recently listened to ‘Do Not Disturb’ by the band and wondered what inspired Lzzy Hale before writing the song. As it turned out, Hale got inspiration from an unexpected sexual affair.

The band released their fourth album, ‘Vicious’ on July 27, 2018, along with its first single, ‘Uncomfortable.’ The release was followed by the song ‘Black Vultures’ on June 22 and ‘Do Not Disturb’ on July 19. ‘Do Not Disturb’ features explicit lyrics about a one-night-stand affair in a hotel room and putting the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the door.

In a tweet, a fan asked what was the backstory to ‘Do Not Disturb’ and said they wanted to know the inspiration. As she tagged Lzzy Hale in the tweet, the singer explained that she had a threesome in Holland while on tour and saw the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the door when she left the following day. Then she wrote the lyrics as they were on the road.

After seeing this explanation, another curious fan asked whether the threesome was with a woman Hale already knew or someone she met when she was in Holland. As a response, Hale said the woman was a ‘repeat offender,’ and they had had a threesome before that.

One of her fans asked Lzzy Hale the following on Twitter:

“Does anyone know the backstory to ‘Do Not Disturb?’ I would love to know the inspiration.”

Upon seeing this, Hale replied:

“I had a threesome in Holland. As we were leaving the next morning for a plane to somewhere, I saw the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign and wrote most of it by the time we ended the tour.”

Another fan then asked:

“Was the threesome with a woman you already knew or someone you had met while there?”

Lzzy Hale said:

We had had one before. She was a repeat offender.”

You can check out the tweets and listen to Halestorm’s ‘Do Not Disturb’ below.