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- Posted on Jun 18th 2010 8:45AM by Andrew Kerr
Allan returned to Glasgow last week having spent the last five months in the US demoing new songs. According to the man-in-black, "I went to Santa Monica and got a place on the sand in L.A. and set up a studio in my house. I basically got the album and demoed it and we're now thinking about where we will record it."
During his time Stateside the singer was often a guest of Lisa Marie and Priscilla Presley, "Priscilla couldn't understand what I was saying but added that she thought I was cute. He added, "I couldn't believe it when I saw that she had 'Go Square Go' on her jukebox."
Speaking at Glasgow's Oran Mor venue after watching "big brother" and head Bunnyman Ian McCulloch play an intimate solo show, the Glasvegas man told the paper the intention is to start recording the new album in September.
Who will be drumming in place of the departed Caroline McKay on the new record still remains unclear. As does whether the band will take up Rick Rubin's offer to record drums parts at his Los Angeles home.