September 27, 2010 15:00

Mark Ronson reveals Dave McCabe writing session secrets – video

Producer speaks about inspiration for 'The Bike Song'

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Mark Ronson has spoken about the writing of his new album 'Record Collection', which includes songwriting contributions from The Zutons' Dave McCabe and The Drums' Jonathan Pierce.

Speaking to NME in a video you can watch on the right of your screen now, Ronson lightheartedly explained the somewhat obvious inspiration for 'The Bike Song', which was co-written by McCabe.

"He really likes to ride his bike around Liverpool," Ronson said. "This is him not wanting to grow up!"

Watch the full interview, which features Ronson talking through each track on 'Record Collection', on the right of your screen now and head to NME.COM/markronson to hear the album.

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