Professor Green and Miles Kane unveil ‘Are You Getting Enough?’ video – watch

The pair have collaborated on the first single from Green's new album 'Growing Up In Public'

Professor Green and Miles Kane have unveiled the video for their collaborative track, ‘Are You Getting Enough?’. Click above to watch the video.

Set for release on July 22, the track is the first single to be taken from Professor Green’s third album, ‘Growing Up In Public’, which is due for release on October 14. The album was produced by Tom Hull, aka Kid Harpoon. Of the single, Green says: “Miles, Kid Harpoon and me are all good mates, the song was just a by-product of our camaraderie. Looking forward to performing this one with Miles, it’s really heavy so it’ll be carnage. I might even wear a paisley shirt!”

Miles Kane recently collaborated with Arctic Monkeys‘ Alex Turner on a song called ‘Get Right’, which was the b-side for his last single ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’.


Kane, who previously teamed up with Turner as The Last Shadow Puppets, said to Music Week: “I was in LA with him (Turner) about a month ago. I’d just been through this break up and was feeling a bit down. We were in this club, messing around with this idea called ‘Get Right’. We recorded it two days later, I brought it home and finished it and I’m putting it on as a b-side for my single. It’s great, man.”

The pair first collaborated as The Last Shadow Puppets in 2008, releasing one album before returning to their own respective careers. However, asked by NME if he can see the project being revived, Kane said he was certain something will happen eventually. “I think the plan is to release something again, for sure,” he said. “Since we did that [Alex Turner] has been busy and I had to find my feet with being on my own. If it comes after the end of this cycle and the end of his next record we’ll probably be both ready and really up for it. It’s just on the sidelines, there’s nothing written for it.”


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