July 6, 2013 12:52

Miles Kane says he wants to work with Paul Weller again

Singer says he'd 'love' to write more tracks with The Modfather

Miles Kane says he wants to work with Paul Weller again

Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Miles Kane has said that he would "love" to work with Paul Weller again in the future.

Kane recruited Weller to co-write the track 'You're Gonna Get It' for his most recent studio album 'Don't Forget Who You Are' - you can watch a video of the pair performing the song together at this year's NME Awards by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Now, in an interview with the Daily Star, Kane has said he would relish the prospect of working with the Modfather again. "I'd love to write more with Paul," he said. "We've become good friends over the past year. I can't speak highly enough of him and we've got a nice relationship."

Speaking about their friendship, he added: "I met him Christmas 2011 and a month later we saw each other again and went in the studio. In the middle of that, we'd go for a coffee in Notting Hill, where he takes his kids skateboarding. He really does want me to do well."

Last month, Kane unveiled his collaboration with Professor Green titled 'Are You Getting Enough?' and subsequently compared the track, which will feature on Green's forthcoming new album 'Growing Up In Public', to the work of The Prodigy.

The singer also joined Arctic Monkeys onstage during their headline set at Glastonbury last week to play on their track '505', and recently revealed that he and Alex Turner have written a new song together. The song, which is called 'Get Right', will be used as a B-side for Kane in the future.


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Video: Paul Weller & Miles Kane - 'You're Gonna Get It' - NME Awards 2013

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