Lzzy Hale Admits The Threesome She Had In Holland Inspired ‘Do Not Disturbed’ Of Halestorm

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Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale took her official Instagram account to share a new picture of herself and revealed the inspiration source of her ‘Do Not Disturb’ song as she tells lots of memories.

Lzzy stated that this picture was taken from the last show outside the United States, and she was sitting on the couch and smiling during the photoshoot. She was wearing a dress that suits her body and looking gorgeous with simple makeup.

In the caption, Lzzy wanted to remember the memories she had in her career. While she was talking about the amazing things that happened in England, South America, she also revealed an interesting story about ‘Do Not Disturb’ song.

Do Not Disturb is released as the second single of the fourth studio album of Halestorm, Vicious, in 2018, and according to Lzzy, it was inspired by the threesome she had in Holland. However, she didn’t get deep into the details.

Here is what Lzzy Hale said:

“This photo was taken during our last tour outside the USA. Our freaks across the pond and over borders still believe in rock n roll as a lifestyle. It always amazes me every trip we take over there how much it is ingrained in their culture. Young hip kids rocking leather jackets…

Beautiful girls who while donning Ac/Dc shirts… Actually know the lyrics to the songs. It was in the UK over a decade ago when we got our first experience of fandemonium, when a horde rushed our Merch table, and we were asked by security to not go out into public for the duration of the night.”

She continued:

“It was in South America where the crowd took it upon themselves to put on a show for US, throwing balloons during “Here’s to Us”, holding up signs during “I miss the misery and “Freak Like Me”. It was in Germany that A crowd sang me happy birthday inbetween every single song in our set!

It was in Holland that I had the threesome that inspired “Do Not Disturb”. Too many memories for one post. But I thank all of you who contributed to these memories existing. I can’t wait to rock out with you all again.

In the meantime check out our cover of The Who’s “Long Live Rock” (link in bio) off the soundtrack for the upcoming film of the same name. Let us celebrate Rock. As long as we are here… it will never die!”

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