Band Of Horses hope for Cee Lo Green duet at NME Awards Big Gig

Rockers say they’re 'super-stoked' to be playing Wembley show

Band Of Horses hope for Cee Lo Green duet at NME Awards Big Gig
Band Of Horses drummer Creighton Barrett has said that the band are hoping to collaborate with Cee Lo Green at the NME Awards Big Gig at Wembley Arena on February 25.

Cee Lo covered Band Of Horses' 2008 song 'No One's Gonna Love You' on his recent album 'The Lady Killer', and Barrett is hoping that this will lead to them playing together on the Wembley Arena stage.

Speaking to NME Radio, Barrett said: "We’re hopefully working on some stuff with Cee Lo for you guys, we've been big fans of his for ages."

Barrett described the bill, which also features No Age, as "phenomenal", adding that the band are "super-stoked" to be playing alongside headliners Foo Fighters.

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