Kings of Leon: 'We had to leave our comfort zone'

Kings of Leon: 'We had to leave our comfort zone'
 

After overcoming inter-band tensions and the disappointing sales of 2013 album Mechanical Bull, Kings Of Leon are back on form for their seventh record, Walls.
Deciding they'd settled into a "comfort zone", the southern state rockers ditched their producer, moved to LA, and hooked up with Markus Dravs - best known for his work with Arcade Fire and Florence + The Machine.
The German-born producer pushed the band hard - instructing them to play songs "like the Sex Pistols" and refusing to let them hear the results until the album was finished.
His methods seem to have... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 47
Source: BBC
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