Alex Turner’s the Last Shadow Puppets Tease New Music in Second Album Trailer
It's been seven years since the Last Shadow Puppets dropped their debut effort, but the English rockers are steadily picking up momentum for their long-awaited follow-up.
The duo -- comprised of Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner and Miles Kane -- has shared a second trailer for the forthcoming full-length. In the same vein as the first teaser, the new video compiles footage of Turner and Kane back in the studio with a bit of new music -- plus Kane’s impression of pro wrestler Ric Flair. Check it out above and then revisit the first trailer (which landed at the beginning of the month) at the bottom of the page. Both clips promise new music from the Last Shadow Puppets in spring 2016.
The Last Shadow Puppets producer James Ford confirmed the band's second album during an interview with Chile's Rock & Pop. "This year, I've just done a Last Shadow Puppets record, which is the guy from Arctic Monkeys and Miles [Kane],” he said. “So we did the follow-up album to that. That’s the last thing I did.”
The band released their Mercury Prize-nominated debut The Age of the Understatement in 2008. Turner’s main gig Arctic Monkeys' most recent LP AM arrived back in 2013.