Is The Last Shadow Puppets returning?

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Rumors start on the internet and fans begin to hope.

From time to time rumors of a reunion of The Last Shadow Puppets, with the festival season announcing itself, the internet began to flood with suggestions of new music and tours for the duo. Will they come true this year?

The supergroup formed by Thousands kane and Alex Turner They have been off for at least 7 years, since the release of their acclaimed album Everything You’ve Come To Expect, which begins to motivate fans’ requests for new music. There is an 8-year difference between their first two albums, so new material is within the possibilities.

An English concert broadcaster published the tweet that started it all, “there are rumors circulating that The Last Shadow Puppets will return next year”, which was followed by responses, requests and another post where the festival was mentioned Primavera Sound Brazil 2024 for your meeting.

Miles Kane He mentioned, in an interview in February of this year, that there is new music from the duet, but that “it will happen when it has to happen.” The musician described this process as organic and patient, although he confirmed that there will at least be a trilogy of the band and that both he and Alex are on their own paths for now.


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