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Bobby Gillespie says Lovefoxx link-up 'sounds fucking great'

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Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie has been speaking about his collaboration with CSS singer Lovefoxxx in this week's NME.

Revealing how the team-up came about after Gillespie ran into CSS in their hometown of Sao Paulo, the legendary front man then popped the question to Lovefoxxx at one of their gigs.

"I went to see them at the Astoria (in London) and I think I asked her then. Then I wrote her an email and sent her the song and she was really into it," he explained.

The song has been described as a mesh of electronica with a psychedelic vibe, which Gillespie claims "sounds fucking great".

Lovefoxxx recorded the track in the autumn of 2007 and it will feature on Primal Scream’s next record, due out later this year.


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