January 28, 2008 9:30
Seasick Steve to collaborate with Grinderman?
Blues man is working with Nick Cave and friends
Seasick Steve has started working on his next album and might be getting help from some famous friends.
The one-man band has already laid down a track with Grinderman – possibly for his new album which is due out later this year.
Speaking to NME.COM he said: “We just did one track and we did it kind of live. Me and Nick Cave were singing face to face to each other and we had a hard time not cracking up all the time ‘cos we were making mistakes and stuff but we just sang it live.”
He also hinted that KT Tunstall, who joined Seasick Steve on stage for a one-off performance last week, could also be cameoing on the new record.
“I just wanted to sing with somebody, on the record you know, and I saw her [KT Tunstall] on the Jools Holland show where she was banging and things and that girl sung good," he said. "So we just went over to her house and we played just a little bit that one time and it was like ‘Let’s go and play the Astoria together’.”
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