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Alex Turner and Miles Kane perhaps dreamed up the name of their band’s second album as a playful nod to the very specific, very stylish sound they executed so vibrantly on 2008’s The Age of the Understatement. The cinematic strings, mariachi brass, and spirit of Scott Walker remain, but as swaggering single "Bad Habits" (unsubtly) hinted, the pair are working with a broader and bolder color palette. Unshackled, they delve into delicious ‘60s psychedelica (the title track), Nashville heartache (“Sweet Dreams, TN,” “The Dream Synopsis”) and elegant, wicked baroque pop (“Dracula Teeth,” “Patttern”). See you for round three in 2024.

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I swear, I almost peed my pants when I found out that they're coming back!

We've been waiting for years.

TLSP's debut was amazing and I expect no less from this album. The single Bad Habits is fantastic musically and vocally, but the lyrics fall short. I'm beyond stoked for their return!

They’re finally back ahhh!

I’ve been waiting 8 years, and they’re finally back ♡ I can already tell its going to be amazing.


Formed: 2007 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Engla

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Scott Walker- and David Bowie-inspired collaboration between the Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner and the Rascals' Miles Kane, the Last Shadow Puppets began when Kane's previous band, the Little Flames, toured with the Arctic Monkeys in 2007. Already friends from prior gigs together, the pair started writing songs that spring, and headed into a French studio late that summer with producer/drummer James Ford. Additional recording, including strings courtesy of the London Metropolitan Orchestra and arranger...
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