Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley recently released the music video for his cover of the FREE song “Fire And Water”, featuring his former bandmate and KISS‘s co-founding frontman Paul Stanley.
On the set of the “Fire And Water” video shoot, Ace and Paul sat down with the Los Angeles radio station 95.5 KLOS to discuss their surprising collaboration. You can watch the chat below.
Asked if they were glad they did the song together, Paul said: “Totally. Look, life’s too short, and regardless of whatever differences we will have and continue to have and things that we don’t agree [on], there’s no denying what we started together, and what we started together is the reason that we’re still here today. So why not celebrate it?”
The “Fire And Water” video holds its place in rock and roll history as the first time in 14 years that Frehley and Stanley have shared a stage since KISS‘s appearance at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. It’s also the first time Frehley has released a music video since 1989, which was Frehley‘s cover of “Do Ya” by ELO and THE MOVE.
Frehley‘s cover of “Fire And Water” is taken from his solo covers set, “Origins Vol. 1”, which debuted at No. 23 on The Billboard 200, having shifted 16,109 equivalent album units in the week ending April 21.