September 6, 2006 14:00

Juliette Lewis teams up with Dave Grohl

He lends the Licks his drumming skills

Juliette Lewis teams up  with Dave Grohl
Juliette & The Licks have roped in Dave Grohl for their forthcoming second album.

The band, fronted by Hollywood actress Juliette Lewis release ‘Four On The Floor’ on October 2’.

And though he only planned to hook up with the band for demos, sessions went so well that Nirvana and Foo Fighters legend Grohl stayed on to finish the Dylan Mclaren-produced album.

Lewis herself said of the collection: “The through line on this record is desire, in its many forms. Desire of dreams, love, redemption and the consequences of that; the unfulfillment, the betrayal, the pursuit, the need.”

The album tracklisting is:

‘Smash and Grab’
‘Hot Kiss’
‘Sticky Honey’
‘Death Of A Whore’
‘Purgatory Blues’
‘Get Up’
‘Mind Full Of Daggers’
‘Bullshit King’
‘Inside The Cage’

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