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Which is kind of like me now. Yeah. And he does occasionally withdraw from the world for extended periods of painful self-examination, after which he drafts a group of acolytes to spread his message. There was no band. Exactly. PARKER: No, I think she was in quite a hurry to finish her album. It was. If I made an album in one week, some of my fans would consider it my best album. I mean, yeah, first TV thing, we were just kind of like “What the fuck is going on?”. I think that song started out as something completely different that he was working on, which me and a friend programmed the drums for. PARKER: We met by chance on a festival circuit in Australia. That’s all that matters. It's an eight-minute psych-rock wig-out, driven by a military drum beat that frequently judders apart like a scratched CD. STEREOGUM: One of your other biggest crossovers into the pop realm was when Rihanna covered your song. Last December, Parker released 'Posthumous Forgiveness' as an album single proper, but before that there'd been a nearly seven-month gap when fans had heard nothing new. ‘Cause you know, John’s a good interview, and he’s obviously a great guitarist. There's no one telling you to just release it? Kevin Parker probably isn't Jesus. They were like, “We wanted a copy of it, so we just did this, and we’re really sorry.” And they paid me whatever I would have normally got paid. Everyone was telling us, “Don’t bother going after them because in China copyright law is heaps more loose. I think Kanye West said a while ago that people hating you is the same as people loving you. I haven't written a single chord progression in the company of another person that made it in the actual song. Just appreciating myself as an artist, which is something I didn't do. And then when I would be on my own, that's when I could finally start being creative.". It's really important to me to feel like I'm on the verge of it all turning to shit. And the more albums [I make], I realise how important that kind of shaking it up is. PARKER: It’s kind of just the amount of care you put into it, really. There’s no bullshit. And he was really into it the whole time as well. It was more just like, 'I'm just gonna do this because it seems like a good idea'. It's important that they disagree with it. Being the best thing he's ever made, it's a lovely Valentine's Day gift to the world. There's so much more I want to do. With Gaga, that’s what drives her is feeling like a true artist. And I hate being stoned in public, right? ‘Cause his first lyric is like, “You’re calling my phone thinking I’m doing nothing better, I’m just waiting for it to stop ringing so I can use it again,” which I thought was hysterical. It's completely abstract," he says. Guesting On … Is it tough to collaborate when you've got that urge towards solitariness? I was like, 'You're fucking worthless, you're pathetic', but I guess the fact that it is me doing it all, there are more ways that it can grind to a halt. STEREOGUM: Working with Ronson is also what led to the Lady Gaga record you worked on. Distorted guitars and hip-hop sometimes go well, like Kanye and Mike Dean, and they can also be a disaster. He had no producer, no engineer, no session musicians, sometimes not even friends to ask for feedback. And it makes all the difference. I can imagine the squad of writers and producers all working together was a culture shock for someone who famously records his own music in isolation. And if they have a nice voice, it’s nice to hear what my songs would sound like if I was a good singer. It just struck me that he was just a regular old person who does shit things sometimes. The Tame Impala stuff I’m playing the drums, and with hip-hop I’m programming them. We love drum sounds. Did I really feel those things? I think that could be really good. When I'm working on something that I've written myself, and no one in the entire world has heard it, I feel like the first person who does is gonna burst into tears of joy and tear off their clothes and run into the ocean. It was like a problem to solve, a puzzle to piece together. STEREOGUM: I don’t know that much about the art of production. "And so those songs came out and then I just realised that I wanted them to sound different." I spend by far the most amount of time on drums and rhythms of my songs than any other part. “We were like, what do we do, what do we do?” Parker recalls. It’s classic Mike Skinner ’cause it’s kind of funny, it’s kind of true and poignant at the same time. STEREOGUM: So it’s a question of how small you want to make the slices? He played me the song he’d been working on, “Sundress,” which had the sample, and we messed around a bit in the studio. 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