Her parent's, Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain, tumultuous relationship back in the early 90s may have been the focus of media, but their child, Frances Bean Cobain, prefers to keep her relationship out of the limelight.

Well, until now.

The Rambles frontman Isaiah Silva, 26, opened up to People magazine about his relationship with Nirvana lovechild 19-year-old Frances Bean Cobain, to whom he is engaged since October, admitting their love affair is nothing like a typical Hollywood couple's would be.

We're homebodies, Silva told People. 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.

Rambles drummer Mark Kuchel agreed, calling the couple quiet and shy.

They're a great couple. Frances comes to most of our shows that she can get into, Kuchel said.

According to Kuchel, Frances Bean attended their last show in December at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, where the duo was seen canoodling romantically.

Not much is known about The Rambles, as they are a new indie rock band on the music scene with their debut EP, mixing 60's rock and 90's grunge, set to be released early this year. However, thanks to a candid interview, the world now knows more about Silva, who spent the first 18 years of his life in the Fullerton Assembly of God group.

Women in the [group] were totally oppressed, but I am very pro-woman, he said. I love strong, opinionated, intelligent women.

According to Silva, his family left the group when he turned 18, though he always maintained his rocker image.

I had to grow up much faster than I would have liked, Silva told People. I've been through a lot. But now, I'm totally happy.

Frances Bean Cobain and Isaiah Silva announced their engagement back in October when the couple changed their Facebook relationship status to engaged and sent multiple message proving their status. The couple were dating for a year before the engagement and live together in Frances Bean's $1.825 million home near Runyon Canyon.