Arctic Monkeys Singer May Create Supergroup

Published: 2007-06-29
Alex Turner, lead vocalist of indie rock phenomenon the Arctic Monkeys, has announced the possibility of creating a pop supergroup made of up of fellow British musicians.

Turner, known for leading on the media, revealed to the British newspaper the Mirror that he, along with Lily Allen, Dizzy Rascal and James Righton from the Klaxons, have begun recording a new album as a group - although neither the names of the debut nor the band have been revealed.

While Turner, Allen and Rascal have worked together in the past, this is the first time the three of them have worked with Righton, whom they recruited during England's Glastonbury Festival, which took place this past weekend.

So far, no other news has been made available except that the record, according to Turner, "will be out before you know it".

Writer: Stephanie Ng Wan

   

 

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this is obviously a joke by turner. hes done it before about sarah harding from girls aloud and im sure he'll do it again.
Posted by: Anonymous on June 30, 2007
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