Dandy Warhols To Team Up With Massive Attack

Rolling Stone
by Jennifer Vineyard

Though they're about to embark on the second leg of a tour to support their latest album, Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia, the Dandy Warhols are already plotting the follow-up. Frontman Courtney Taylor says that ever since the band recorded a song with Massive Attack during their last European tour, the Dandys have been itching to go back and do more.
"We did one song so far that's kind of inspired by this crazy dream I had about the film House of Yes, which is also the song's working title," says Taylor, "and the only thing I can say about is that it's everything you would think the Dandy Warhols with Massive Attack would sound like. It's low and gooey, with a fat, tight, slow beat, a tight groove, lots of space, acoustic guitar, vocal harmonies. It's like, 'Wow.'"

Taylor says that the time-frame for the collaboration depends on how long the Warhols stay out on the road, but that both bands are into it. "We decided that night [that they recorded 'House of Yes'] that we should," he says. "We were pretty loaded, though. But we're all very excited about it. They're making their own record right now, and we just need to see if we have to keep touring or we can get back in the studio."