Simone married Gordon Trümper, the guitarist from the German rock band Fatun on 1 August 2009, after dating for 12 years.According to Kaulitz in several interviews, he and Tom started writing music at the age of seven years.But this time I wanted to make an album that I’m totally happy with and that reflects my own style.” In addition to his distinctive sound, Kaulitz’s sense of style has been one of the standout aspects of Tokio Hotel’s onstage persona.This evening he’s dressed in a pair of light gray jeans and a black graphic T-shirt with a black and white flannel long-sleeved shirt tied around his waist, a choice of attire that’s a departure from the usual flamboyant fashions that have become synonymous with the singer.We want to take our fans to a party.” Watch the video for Tokio Hotel’s “Love Who Loves You Back” below, and for tour dates and tickets for the bands current world tour, head to the official Tokio Hotel website.The Tokio Hotel shows will treat fans to a live performance of hit songs like Monsoon or World Behind My Wall during upcoming performances in various cities including Detroit, Cincinnati and Cleveland.I like to play with it, because I find it funny that it upsets some people.” Kaulitz says his form of self-expression caused several raised eyebrows earlier in his career, with many people making assumptions about his sexuality.“When we first came out with our music, the gay question was always there and it was super important for everyone,” he says. I was always laughing about it because I was like, ‘Why is that so fucking important to everyone? ’” He continues, “For me, love is such a beautiful thing and I love that you actually have no control over it. I never know who I’m going to meet when I walk outside.
was a favorite hot spot — then a jazz club called the Melody Room — where mobsters like Bugsy Siegel and Mickey Cohen could frequently be found.It’s weird.” It’s this experience Kaulitz says that inspired the band to write the track “Love Who Loves You Back” that appears on their latest album, and informed the sexually fluid imagery that appears in the song’s music video as well.“I wanted to show that love has no gender or boundaries.“I got so much shit in school because I had an extreme look.There was always a lot of talking, but I always kind of enjoyed that.We didn’t know what to do or what kind of music we wanted to make.” Leaving their home in Germany, the twins moved to Los Angeles, where, Kaulitz says they “took a year off and didn’t do anything” before finding new inspiration in L. The album was released worldwide last October and shot to the top of the charts in 30 countries, plus landing in the top 5 in 17 others to become Tokio Hotel’s most successful album to date.