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Arlo Parks wants to work with Thom Yorke and Arctic Monkeys


29 December 2021, 17:49

Arlo Parks has revealed who she would like to work with.

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The Mercury Prize-winning artist has said she would love to work with the Sheffield band and create an “emotional” song with the Radiohead frontman.

Arlo Parks wants to record a “big and moving” song with Thom yorke and think it would be “interesting” to work with Arctic monkeys.

The 21-year-old singer has a long list of artists she would love to collaborate with, including the Radiohead singer and rockers from Sheffield, because she loves to see musicians of different genres come together.

“I would like to do something with Billie Eilish and Franck Ocean, Where Thom yorke from Radiohead, she told the Wired column of the Daily Star newspaper.

“I would love to do something big and emotional with Thom, like the songs from Radiohead Naked Where Card castle.

“Arctic Monkeys would be an interesting combo too. I love it when people of different genders meet.”

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the caroline the singer completed most of the work on her debut album collapsed in the rays of the sun – who won the prestigious Hyundai Mercury 2021 award – in his childhood bedroom.

She revealed: “It was really weird writing locked in the room I was 17 years old in, wanting people to listen to my music first.

“But it got me back to making music for fun, not focusing on sharing.”

Arlo was so used to the warm vibe while writing her debut that instead of heading into the studio, the singer and her writing partner Luca Buccellati chose to rent apartments in London on Airbnb rather than going to the studio.

“I’ve always been a little intimidated by the studio setup,” the Cola the singer explained. “By going to such personal places in my songs, I want to be somewhere comfortable.”

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