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- Posted on Jun 21st 2007 11:00AM by Jolie Lash
'Family Trees -- Or Cope We Must,' Sean Na Na's latest effort, stems from writing sessions eighteen months ago. The project incorporates the work of almost a dozen people including former Distiller's guitarist Tony Bevilacqua and Shins guitarist Dave Hernandez, as well as ex-Afghan Whig singer Greg Dulli and Kate Taylor on backing vocals.
"Anyone I ask to play on an album I already trust," Tillman tells Spinner.
Most of the record's cast Tillman says won't be on the road with him, however, and neither will those on stage Underoos so familiar to his Har Mar guise. "It's more of a band thing," Tillman says. "I wouldn't say it's more conservative, but yeah, there's no underwear going on [on stage]. But we definitely get drunk and rowdy on stage."
Sean Na Na will hit the road with Britain's indie rock darlings the Cribs next month in the U.S. Tillman said the tour came about because of his longtime association with the Cribs' Jarman brothers. "They were indie kids who ordered every Kill Rock Stars album," he said, referring to the imprint he previously issued records on. "I love their band!"