Could Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of '90s rock royalty, the late Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain and his widow Courtney Love, be a homebody? Apparently so, according to Frances Bean's fiancé, Isaiah Silva, who recently spoke to People about his relationship with the 19-year-old.
"We don't go out to clubs so you won't find us stumbling out of them with Lindsay Lohan. We stay at home, read books and watch 'Arrested Development,'" Silva told People.
Silva, who is 26 and fronts the rock band The Rambles, added, "We're each other's everything."
Until Silva was 18, he and his family were followers of the Fullerton Assembly of God, a strict religious group that, according to Silva, had a different outlook on gender roles. "Women in the [group] were totally oppressed, but I am very pro-woman," he said.
Silva's family eventually stopped following the sect's doctrine and the budding musician pursued his interest in punk and took up the guitar with friends.
"I had to grow up much faster than I would have liked," he said. "I've been through a lot. But now, I'm totally happy."
Silva's band The Rambles have played Los Angeles venues including the Viper Room and are scheduled to perform at SXSW in Texas this March. Their forthcoming EP was recorded with Zac Brown Band producer Keith Stegall.
Silva's bandmate Mark Kuchel said Cobain supports their music. "Frances comes to most of our shows that she can get into," he said. He added, "They're quiet and shy. They're a great couple."
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