Primal Scream: "There's no freaks in the chart, everyone's too well balanced" (Q321 preview)
Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie says modern music is suffering because today's artists are "too well balanced".
Speaking in an exclusive in the studio report in our new issue, Q321 which is out now, the singer says his band are aiming to stir things up with forthcoming album More Light.
"There's no freaks in the chart," declares Gillespie. "It's going to sound like we're old punks but things were better in our day! Everybody just seems so fucking well balanced!
"Punk rock was music by inadequate people for inadequate people!"
Get Q321 out now for the full in the studio report on More Light, including a chat with Robert Plant about his involvement on the record, life without Mani and more. Plus in the meantime read our extensive Q&a chat with Bobby Gillespie from late last year.
Picture: Emily Ulmer
10:39 AM | 01/03/2013
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