Courtney Love scraps new album

Singer making different record with former Larrikin Love guitarist

Courtney Love has reportedly scrapped an entire album recorded with pop songwriter Linda Perry.

The singer was working on ‘Nobody’s Daughter’ for three years with Perry and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, and it was set to be released on Perry‘s own label Custard Records.

The singer is said to be teaming up with Micko Larkin, the former guitarist in Larrikin Love who joined her live band last year.


He will be helping her work on a whole new record, reports Teletext.


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