Miles Kane hints at potential Last Shadow Puppets reunion

Miles Kane has admitted he would like to bring back the Last Shadow Puppets if the opportunity arises.

The band made up of Kane, Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner, James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco and Mini Mansions’ very own Zach Dawes, wrapped up a worldwide tour in 2016 following the release of their second studio album Everything You’ve Come to Expect.

That album, a follow-up to the debut record The Age of the Understatement, came eight years after the first release. As all members move away from the Shadow Puppets to focus on their main musical projects, it was widely accepted that the band would put on the back-burner for the foreseeable.

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However, Kane, who is currently touring his solo music, was asked in a new interview with Metro if he had considered making more material with Turner and co, to which he replied: “The Last Shadow Puppets was good, I had great fun with that.”

Delving a little deeper, he continued: “Bring them back? Who knows, yeah! Never say never.”

Kane was also asked if the repeated comparisons to his fellow frontman and good friend Turner bother him, to which he quickly shrugged off: “I used to feel the comparison when I was younger, but I don’t really care now, you know, you think what you think.”

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