Interestingly, The Black Keys are also appearing at Glasto. Raising the chance of a live collab. How amazing would that be?
Talking of The Black Keys (well Dan Auerbach to be precise) he's shared his opinion on the upcoming Ultraviolence album in an interview with BBC6 Music (lokks like he is the producer after all).
Dan Auerbach: It's a monster. It's a sonic monster. It's beautiful. I can't wait for people to hear it.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03ywpkq
BBC: Is it that sort of similar kind of widescreen cinematic feel to it?
Dan Auerbach: It does, but even more so, you know I think a lot of her first record was just kind of, you know, was in the box, recorded, but this is a 7-piece band with her singing live in the studio so there's some kind of, uh, really magic, magical moments that we got to capture on tape, and, uh, you know, the kind of thing that you just can't duplicate with, uh, Pro Tools kind of recording, you know what I mean? It's a different thing for her even though her personality is still definitely there and shines through.
Even more excited to hear this now.