August 22, 2011 16:36
Lostprophets reveal two collaborations with Labrinth
Band are 'pumped' about working with Tinie Tempah collaborator
The band, who have been working on their fifth album, said that they were "pumped" to be working with the producer who won a Brit Award for his writing and production work on Tinie Tempah's 'Pass Out'.
The band had previously said that they were collaborating with him, but guitarist Mike Lewis revealed to NME.COM, during a conversation at V Festival, that the band had worked on not one but two tracks with Labrinth, one for his album and one for theirs.
Labrinth sent us a track he was doing on his album. He sent us a loop that we were working on for our record. We'll see what happens. It's pretty good, we're really pumped for it. It was cool to do something different. It was a different way of working for us.
Lewis added that the fifth album was "finished" but his bandmates didn't reveal much about its contents.
Bassist Stuart Richardson said: "We've only got working titles, we haven't got anything to get out there. We took a two week break to do some club shows (and) V Festival. This was a break after being solidly in 'album mode'."
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