November 29, 2013 11:57

Alex Turner on The Last Shadow Puppets' future: 'It's definitely something that's on the cards'

Arctic Monkeys frontman says there's a chance of a second album from him and Miles Kane

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Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner has discussed the future of The Last Shadow Puppets, his collaborative project with Miles Kane.

Speaking in this week's NME, which is available digitally and on newsstands now, Turner says something is "definitely on the cards" with Kane but added that it might not be under The Last Shadow Puppets name.

Speaking about his work with Kane, which has so far seen 2008's debut album 'The Age Of The Understatement', Turner says: "It's something we'd both love to do at some point but I don't know what that point is. I certainly don't think it's tomorrow. Miles is doing his thing and that's going great. It's like he's become whole. Although he always was a superstar, wasn't he?"

Turner then adds: "It's definitely something that's on the cards in the future. Or something else – it doesn't have to be the Shadow Puppets."

Last week, meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys announced that they will play two huge outdoor shows with Miles Kane supporting in London's Finsbury Park on May 23 and 24 next year. Extra support will also come from Tame Impala and Royal Blood.

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