Kings Of Leon's Jared Followill debuts Smoke & Jackal side-project - listen

Followill has teamed up with Nick Brown of Mona for the single 'No Tell'

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Kings Of Leon bassist Jared Followill has debuted the first track from his and Nick Brown of Mona's side-project Smoke & Jackal.

Scroll down to listen to the song, called 'No Tell'.

The duo release the six track collection 'EP1' on October 15. The pair began recording together earlier in 2012. 'No Tell' was written on the first night they collaborated at Brown's own home studio in Nashville.

The two musicians finished recording 'EP1', their debut release, in one week. The release also features the songs 'Road Side' and 'Safe Face'.

Of their collaboration, Followill says:

Coming together just worked. I think it's because we took such an easy approach to it, we didn’t bring any egos to it. We just talked about each other's ideas, neither one of us got our feelings hurt. It just worked.


Mona frontman Brown added: "It was all about tone and vibe and what felt right in that moment. Not second guessing, just having fun in that moment."

For more information, visit: Smokeandjackal.com


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