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- Posted on Nov 11th 2009 10:30AM by John D. Luerssen
"Jay is hoping to lend his production skills to some of the new material," a source tells British newspaper the Daily Star. "The staccato rhythmic style of the Ting Tings sits well with what he does best, so that was the attraction."
"Jay can make them one of the biggest British bands in America," the insider told the paper. Of course, singer/guitarist Katie White and drummer/programmer Jules de Martino are already huge in their homeland, where the Manchester pair rocketed to the top of the singles and album surveys within six months of their December 2007 formation.
According to plans revealed to the BBC last summer, the Ting Tings should currently be at work in a Berlin jazz club-turned-studio on the follow-up to 'We Started Nothing.' "We fell in love with Berlin the times we've played there," de Martino said at the time.