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In an interview with BBC, Paul Weller discussed his new album and playing Glastonbury this summer...
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In an interview with BBC, Paul Weller discussed his new album and playing Glastonbury this summer.

Weller said: " I wasn't sure what kind of album I wanted to make," says Weller of Saturn's Pattern. "But I knew what I didn't want to make. "It was a question of trying to find a different groove - something we hadn't done before."There's all sorts of different influences.  There's that spacey, psychedelic thing to it, but it's got quite a groovy, soulful R 'n' B thing as well."
Then he talked about fans wanting to hear his old stuff: "I can understand people want to hear certain tunes or old tunes. But I've been doing it long enough, most people must know that I'm not out there doing the greatest hits show. I've never done that."

Regarding the headline slot with The Who at Glastonbury, Paul Weller said: "I know Roger Daltrey really well and have worked with him a few times. I'm more than happy to be playing with The Who, I'm a big fan. They're supposed to be playing Pictures of Lily, so I'd pay money just to see that."

Paul Weller has announced a North American and Japanese tour.

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Source: BBC


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