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“We just want to be the artists we want to be, without too much limitation.” They know that increasing exposure invites scrutiny, along with the kind of public judgments that Charlotte refers to as “the elephants in the room.
It couldn’t be a more eye-rolling cliché—the model and the son of a rock star,” she admits.
“My father is a retired army colonel, and my family is into hunting.
If 45 years as a pariah has weighed heavily on her, she hides it well.And yet the true nature of their partnership makes that image as misleading as any stereotype that casts Charlotte as a bimbo riding the coattails of the super-rich rock spawn.“People assume she’s with me for the wrong reasons,” Sean says.I was doing it as a way to connect with my father—trying to fill the void he left when he disappeared.
The more I played music, the more I felt I had a piece of him inside me.”Although Sean spent his childhood making music with his mother, his aversion to notoriety intensified when he released his own album at 22.“I had bodyguards; I was followed home from school.I never wanted to be famous; I only wanted to be a musician.My dad was like, ‘I want to see how he shoots.’ ” Charlotte and Sean now live their own hippie-artist-peacenik lifestyle in downtown Manhattan, where they write, compose, play music, record, draw, and care for the albino python he gave her for her birthday, along with the white rabbit they named for Albert Hofmann, the scientist who discovered the psychedelic properties of LSD.