In an interview with Amy Harris Photography, Halestorm singer Lzzy Hale was asked if she would ever pose for Playboy.
"I haven't really been asked that a lot," Hale said. "I was thinking about it the other day. I guess I would have to cross that bridge when I come to it. It depends what it is and what it is for and how tasteful it would be. I am not going to say no, but I would have to cross that bridge when I came to it."
On the topic of Halestorm's upcoming covers-only EP, Hale was asked why the band chose to record another collection of other people's songs.
"We just recorded a few months ago and are starting to get mixes back now," Hale said. "We love doing that stuff, just being able to re-create your favorite songs, break them down and build them up as your own. Regardless of how fun it is, you learn a lot as a musician, about how you work, and you're learning your favorite songs and how to rebuild them from the ground up in your own way and try to find a new way to approach the songs, which is kind of a challenge.
"We had a lot of fun doing it. I don't know when it is going to be released yet. It is probably going to be a couple months. When you see the final list of what we chose for this one, there will be probably some that you could predict, and there are a few tracks you are going to look at the title of the song and the artist it's by and you are going to go, 'What? Why did they choose that song?' Then you can judge for yourself whether you like what we did. Either way, it is going to be fun to see what everybody thinks about it."