Dhani Harrison has returned with a brand new single that options Blur‘s Graham Coxon – take heed to ‘Rattling That Frequency’ under.
Harrison – son of late Beatles guitarist George – final launched solo music with 2017’s ‘IN///PARALLEL’ album.
Now, he has returned with the psychedelic new single, which options Coxon on the saxophone.
The brand new single will probably be premiered stay at two intimate London gigs subsequent month. Harrison will play Omeara on October 18 and 19. The primary date of the run is bought out, however tickets may be purchased right here for the second present.
Watch the visualiser for ‘Rattling That Frequency’ under.
Again in 2021, Dhani Harrison spoke out about John Lennon‘s previous feedback concerning George Harrison‘s 1971 album ‘All Issues Should Go’.
Publicly, Lennon was dismissive of the album saying in a Rolling Stone interview in 1970: “I don’t know… I believe it’s all proper, you recognize. Personally, at dwelling, I wouldn’t play that form of music, I don’t wish to harm George’s emotions, I don’t know what to say about it.”
Talking in a brand new interview with Matt Wilkinson on Apple Music Hits, Dhani responded to Lennon’s feedback in regards to the report after Wilkinson pointed to a later interview with Bobby Whitlock saying: “I keep in mind Lennon coming to the studio through the recording periods fairly pleasant and being performed it, and he was visibly blown away.”
“Yeah, I imply, how might you not be, particularly for The Beatles, I believe, to be like… There would possibly’ve been an oops second. Like, ‘Oops. Shit. Perhaps that track was good,’” Dhani responded.
“However I believe they had been all simply very completely happy for one another. How might you not be completely happy when you had a bandmate who left your band after which went and did that? How might you not be completely happy for them?”
Coxon, in the meantime, launched a brand new album, ‘The Ballad Of Darren‘, with a reunited Blur this 12 months, and final month the band shared beforehand unheard observe ‘Sticks And Stones’.