Ha! So awesome!
Blondie, one of the best bands of the '70s and '80s, has revealed their inspiration for their upcoming album Panic of Girls and it's pretty out there!
The band is looking to create a "current" sound similar to the Party Rock band LMFAO. They even want to have a wild crazy dance video similar to LMFAO's style!
Lead singer Debbie Harry says:
"'One of the things I would like to do before I'm too old to do it - which could be very soon - is a video where I do a lot of dancing like LMFAO. That is my great ambition. I'm deeply involved with being current, and that's the most important thing to me right now."
Guitarist Chris Stein agrees. He says, "That video is one of the best dance videos I've ever seen. Their dancing is so tight."
Known for their catchy pop dance songs, LMFAO seems like an unlikely source of inspiration, but actually, we can totally imagine the two groups merging and making amazingly catchy and fun music together. As for Blondie's new album, their first in eight years, Panic of Girls will be released in September. Sooo excited!
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She's back to remind us all that truly no one can ROCK IT like she can!
Check out the just-released music video for Blondie's new single, Mother, off of their first album since 2003, the upcoming Panic of Girls (above)!
It's a rad song with a great hook, and it's got an even RADDER music video!
Seriously - who the eff doesn't LOVE zombie friendz?! They're the best!
Can't wait to hear the rest of the album, guys! Welcome back!
What do U think?? Do U like new Blondie?
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Blasts from the past!
Both Iron Maiden and Blondie will be releasing new studio albums.
The Final Frontier will be Iron Maiden's first album in four years and Panic of Girls will be Blondie's first after seven years!
Blondie drummer Clem Burke says:
"We tried to make the recording process as organic as possible and tried to stay away from programming as much as we could, because [The Curse of Blondie] had a lot of programming on it. So in the spirit of Woodstock, we kept going in the studio and playing.
"Everyone in the band contributed songs… We've switched out a few people in the band, so the creative dynamic has changed a little bit."
Will U be checking them out?
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