Friday, May 18, 2007

Sons and Daughters take on Butler

The lovely Sons and Daughters have hired in the help of Bernard Butler to work on their second album:

Scott Paterson admitted: "Bernard was a weird choice because I was a big fan of his playing on the first Suede record and I learned to play guitar along to people like him and Johnny Marr.

"He really knows his stuff in the studio and he's a great musician as well. He's definitely given a lot more feedback on the songs - it's like working with an old-school producer in the Phil Spector sense, where they take stuff and advise on direction or arrangements."

Although without the waving guns in your face, of course.

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