Interview with The Ting Tings
Originally published: www.clashmusic.com
Following in the musical tradition of greats like Bowie, Eno and Iggy, The Ting Tings have gone to Berlin in search of a different sonic perspective.
And they have emerged triumphant; after spending eight months “isolating themselves” in their very own jazz-club-turned-studio, the result is an album glistening with polished pop perfection. Ranging from acoustic folk to bangin’ electro, R‘n’B and, of course, rock and roll, this second offering shows the band at their most ambitious and diverse.
Playing one of their first ever shows at Club West Germany, The Ting Tings’ intital experience of Berlin was the catalyst for the move. Surprisingly enough though, the city’s burgeoning music scene has had little impact on the album’s overall sound.
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