July 16, 2007 14:26

Gnarls Barkley discuss new album

Duo don't want another 'Crazy'

Gnarls Barkley discuss new album
Gnarls Barkley have been discussing their forthcoming album - and have stressed they don’t want another 'Crazy'.

Danger Mouse, one half of the duo, said that he hoped to have the follow up to 2006’s 'St. Elsewhere' out before the end of the year, but did not want one single song to overshadow the new album.

'Crazy' was the first single to go to the top of the UK chart on downloads alone, and ended up staying there for nine weeks.

Speaking about the new material, Danger Mouse said: “No song is ever done until we have all the material together. When we have enough songs to the point where we have an album's worth, then we'll go in and start finished them together, so they have a cohesiveness to them, and we know where they fit with each other.

“Some of the songs may be exactly the same, and some may end up being very different.”

An exact release date for the new album has yet to be announced, reports Billboard.

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