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Alex Turner puts Puppets in box?
Alex Turner has said there are presently no plans for him to make another album with The Last Shadow Puppets.
The Arctic Monkeys frontman recorded debut 'The Age Of the Understatement' with his side project band - which also features musician Miles Kane - in 2008, but although the pair hoping to enter the studio last year, Alex said it is now unlikely they will return at any point soon.
When asked if the band had plans to record by Absolute Radio, he said: "I wouldn't have thought so, no. Miles has just kind of completed his record, so that will sort of tie him up for a bit I think. Yeah, I don't think so.
Arctic Monkeys played at London's Albert Hall venue on Saturday (27.03.10) in aid of charity Teenage Cancer trust, and Alex said his family were coming down to see the band play.
He said: "Yeah, it's the one isn't it, to bring them down to, yeah. My mum and dad are coming. It's got big heritage, but yeah, obviously it's amazing.
"It makes a difference when you play in a place that looks nice as well, inside, where it's like traditional."Posted on 30 Mar 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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