Klaxons work with David Bowie producer

Band to team up with Tony Visconti

Klaxons are planning to go into the studio with David Bowie‘s producer.

The band want to work with Tony Visconti on their new album.

The producer and the band had a successful initial meeting recently.

“At the end of February we’re going in the studio with Tony Visconti to do a couple of tracks,” James Righton told BBC 6Music. “He’s just a lovely man. He came along to a few of our New York shows and was interested, so we’re gonna try him out.”

The band are set to play their second sold-out show at London‘s Brixton Academy tonight (December 6).

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