Former frontwoman of savage Hollywood punks The Distillers, she’s currently working on her first solo album.
Set to feature guest spots from The Strokes’ Nick Valensi, Garbage’s Shirley Manson and QOTSA cohorts Michael Shuman and Alain Johannes, frankly, it can’t come soon enough.
Cheers, Josh – here’s to you and the 10 reasons why we love you.
‘Make It Wit Chu’ Full marks to Josh for helming one of the straight-up sexiest songs to ever exist. with Jools Holland version of the ‘Desert Sessions’ and ‘Era Vulgaris’ track, complete with PJ Harvey backing vocals, doesn’t have you in a state of permanent priapism then we suggest getting down to the clinic and having your bits looked at, because something’s horribly wrong.
She has also made vocal appearances on Queens of the Stone Age's "You Got a Killer Scene There, Man" on their 2005 album Lullabies to Paralyze and also an appearance on Leftöver Crack's song "Muppet N. The album was produced by Alain Johannes, and features guest appearances from Shirley Manson of Garbage, Nick Valensi of the Strokes, and Warpaint's Emily Kokal.
Dalle supported Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age on their Australia/New Zealand tour in March 2014 to promote the album.
In 1995 at 16, her first band, Sourpuss, played a set at Australia's Summersault Festival where she met Tim Armstrong, frontman of punk rock band Rancid.
The two pursued a relationship despite their 13-year age difference.
The group released three albums before disbanding in 2006.
According to the Distillers' Twitter account, the four accounts it follows make up the 2018 line-up: Dalle, guitarist Tony Bevilacqua, drummer Andy Granelli and Dalle's former Spinnerette bandmate Alain Johannes on bass.
In 1995 at the age of 16, Dalle met the frontman of Rancid, Tim Armstrong, when they both played Summersault (Australian festival). Dalle and Armstrong went through a bitter divorce in 2003.
Josh Homme, frontman of Queens Of The Stone Age, has spoken out against Tim Armstrong, singer from Rancid.
This came after Armstrong publically attacking Homme for dating his ex-girlfriend, Brody Dalle.
Homme reportedly received multiple death-threats from various Rancid fans in response to Armstrong accusing him of 'stealing' Dalle from him.