Miles Kane teases new music with Arctic Monkeys star Alex Turner after 6 years

The Last Shadow Puppets fans could be in for a treat as singer Miles Kane has revealed he and Alex Turner have chatted about releasing more music.

Fronted by the former Rascals star and the Arctic Monkeys legend, The Last Shadow Puppets released their debut album The Age of the Understatement would be released in 2008.

The pair recorded with Simian drummer James Ford for the record before playing their first show in March of 2008.

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Following their release, the group consisting of Miles, Alex, James and Zach Dawes went on to win a string of awards and achieved chart success with two No1 albums and a BRIT Award nomination.

Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, Miles said: "I mean, when we get together we chat about it.

"We're both you know, doing our own thing at the minute and I reckon there will be a trilogy, it's not in the distance, it's not on the horizon."

However, Alex also explained he's got his eyes on a couple of musicians he'd like to work with and it appears Alex isn't the only South Yorkshire native he's keen on.

The Wirral-born star added: "I'd like to write with Yungblud, I've met him he's a nice guy, great guy, he's a really nice lad," before revealing another star is on his wishlist.

"I'd like to write with him for him or Sam Fender, yeah, one of them two maybe.

"There's life in the old dog, a Kane and Yungblud take over."

The Arctic Monkeys are preparing to headline Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend alongside names including fellow Sheffield rockers Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975 Halsey and Dave.

Addressing their setlist for the weekend, Alex said: "It's quite mysterious, to me, right now, at this moment in time, the setlist and what the order of that should be."

Alex and co have returned with their latest album, The Car having performed at several overseas festivals this summer.

Speaking about their seventh record which is released on October 21, he told The Big Issue that they are "back to earth."

While the Arctic Monkeys' may have softened their sound since they burst onto the scene in 2002 but he admits they're still staying true to their roots.

He told the publication: "You have to follow your instincts in the same way you did in the first place.

"In that way, it does all feel like it's connected to us 20 years ago in the garage when it was pure instinct."

The group have been delighting fans at recent gigs by dropping tracks from their new album into their setlists.


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