Richard Hawley: 'We'll see' about Alex Turner collaboration Get Tickets

Sheffield singer-songwriter hints the hook-up could happen

Taking to the Pet Sounds Stage at this year's Oxegen Festival, Richard Hawley delivered a set that concentrated on his last two albums, 'Lady's Bridge' and 'Coles Corner'. Pic: Andy Whitton
Richard Hawley has hinted again that he is set to collaborate with Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner.

The singer-songwriter had previously dropped hints that he and fellow Sheffield-born musician Turner were set to work together. Today on NME Radio he said "We'll see" about a hook-up.

When asked by presenter Samanthi when the possible collaboration might take place he left a pause then jokingly said, "Can you hear the silence? We'll see… we'll see."

Alex Turner played a secret solo gig supporting Richard Hawley for his Mencap gig at London's Union Chapel last month.

To tune in, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB in London or NME.COM/radio.

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