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Juliette and the Licks is an American rock band led by actress Juliette Lewis. Other band members include guitarist Todd Morse (of H2O and The Operation M.D.), bassist Jason Womack and drummer Ed Davis. Their popular songs include "You're Speaking My Language" and "Hot Kiss". Juliette also did a cover of PJ Harvey's, Hardly Wait and Rid Of Me in the film Strange Days before forming The Licks.

Juliette and the Licks released their first EP ...Like a Bolt of Lightning, in 2004, which was shortly followed by the release of their debut album You're Speaking My Language. The album spawned their most successful single "You're Speaking My Language", and the less successful, disco influenced "Got Love To Kill". The released version of the second single was a remix of the original song, which had a more rock influence.

The band is still performing as of September 2007 and is occasionally erroneously billed as Juliet and the Licks.

Morris left the band before sessions for the 2nd album had begun. The Licks then recruited Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl to fill the gap. Grohl then went on to ask the Licks to be a guest act at the Foo Fighters sell out Hyde Park performance on the 17 June 2006 to around 85,000 people (other acts were Angels and Airwaves, Queens of the Stone Age and Motrhead). At the same event, Lewis and Moa Holmsten from Meldrum came on stage for one of Motrhead's songs to do backing vocals.

After their performance at Hyde Park, their second album Four on the Floor, was released in late 2006. "Hot Kiss" which was one of the Licks' most successful singles, was the first release off of the album and the following single "Sticky Honey", proved less commercially successful.

With the release of their second album, Juliette and the Licks went on tour in late 2006 in America and many parts of Europe. They once opened for MUSE.

On July 15, 2007, Juliette and the Licks announced on their MySpace page that Kemble Walters decided that it was time for him to go back to his original career as leader of his own band. Juliette and the Licks also announced that they would be continuing their tour as planned with a temporary player until a more permanent member will be found.

Members:
-Juliette Lewis.
-Todd Morse.
-Ed Davis.
-Jason Womack.
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