Before she started dating Kurt Cobain, Love was romantically entangled with the Smashing Pumpkins frontman.
The original bassist for Smashing Pumpkins said she hasn't spoken to Billy Corgan since he fired her in 1999, but she's open to rejoining the band.
Corgan and touring bandmate Sierra Swan delivered a straightforward take on the song last week backstage on Smashing Pumpkins' acoustic-electro tour, In Plainsong.
Corgan debuted the winsome, forlorn and so far untitled song at a recent VIP event and Q&A with fans.
For his 48th birthday, the former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist helped Billy Corgan play a selection of songs from their 1993 breakthrough, 'Siamese Dream.'
The Pumpkins kicked off their In Plainsong tour with a career-spanning set that also included a Rolling Stones cover and a portion dedicated to 'Siamese Dream.'
The Smashing Pumpkins frontman says Twitter has 'ultimately been anti-celebrity' and 'celebrates you for being over the edge.'
Corgan said, "I think my band belongs in there because we were one of the prime bands of our era and we continue to be a top band.
“I’m not gonna go out there and hack around just to reclaim some light that I don’t feel has gone out,” Corgan said.
A pair of previously unheard 'Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'-era Smashing Pumpkins recordings have emerged online.