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Sorti ce vendredi, l’album de faces-B, raretés de The Kills, “Little Bastards” s’offre un nouveau clip pour le titre “Weed Killer” comme une ode au live. Comme le dit si bien Jamie Hince dans son interview chez NME :

“I used to swear about the tourbus and being backstage. But I’d give anything right now to drink warm beer and eat warm sandwiches somewhere backstage with an overflowing toilet. I took the joy for granted.”

Une interview pleine d’infos puisque si l’on parlait de supergroupe sur Rstlss vendredi et que l’on diffusait un titre de The Dead Weather, Alisson Mosshart évoque le fait que rien ne soit prévu pour l’instant avec le reste du supergroupe.

“Nothing. Everybody is everywhere, at the same time as everything has stopped. Jack White is in Nashville, Dean is recording a Queens Of The Stone Age record, so all the things that are on pause will immediately resume when they can. None of us are free and that seems to happen most of the time with The Dead Weather. But that’s the weird magic of the band. We’ll suddenly be in town in Nashville at the same time, so we’ll go in the studio and do something. It just hasn’t been that way for a number of years.”

Un nouveau Queens Of The Stone Age pour Dean Fertita. Rien de surprenant mais c’est toujours bon de le lire.

Sinon, le duo nous explique bosser sur son nouvel album, avoir 7 titres et la volonté d’amener quelques personnes de l’extérieur pour peaufiner la suite. Jamie précisant :

“I’m sick of self-producing. I’d like to work with a few people and there are names in the frame, but I can’t say who yet. There’s a new song called ‘Bullet Sound’ which is getting a pretty major reaction. I like the idea of beating that and we’re going to keep writing until we do.”

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