Kesha & Eagles of Death Metal Recorded 2 Songs Together

Kesha arrives at the 2016 Planned Parenthood Annual Gala at Washington Hilton on June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC.
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Kesha arrives at the 2016 Planned Parenthood Annual Gala at Washington Hilton on June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC.

"She used to come to Eagles shows when she was 16. She was always a big fan," said the band's guitarist Dave Catching.

Kesha and Eagles of Death Metal have collaborated on two songs, according to an interview with the rock band's guitarist Dave Catching. 

Speaking with Rolling Stone about his debut solo album, Shared Hallucinations Pt. 1, which was released earlier this month, Catching revealed they worked with the singer on a couple tracks for her upcoming album. 

"She used to come to Eagles shows when she was 16," said Catching. "She was always a big fan. Then I remember we got back from Europe ... and she was on every magazine cover when we landed from a tour. It was really amazing."

Shared Hallucinations Pt. 1 is Catching's first release since the 2015 terrorist attack at an Eagles of Death Metal show at Paris' Bataclan theatre that killed 90 people in attendance. In the interview, he discussed returning to Paris to perform with U2 and the recent bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. 

"It's horrible. Such innocent little kids, and for no reason," he said. "Hopefully at some point mankind will make some sort of agreement with each other to not murder innocent people or anyone."

Read the full interview here.

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