“I sang a bit on the Primals stuff because I think their references on looking back on the glorious past and the way they bring them into the contemporary world are fantastic,” the former Led Zeppelin frontman has told Mojo.
Plant has previously worked with Primal Scream when he played harmonica on the 2002 album ‘Evil Heat‘, and has said his future involvement with music will continue to focus on pursuing fresh new projects.
“Everything we did back in those days and everything I have done since has been based on a fresh approach,” he said. “What’s going on? What can I be as a singer that doesn’t play much. That’s how I see everything – what can I be a part of that’s exciting? And if anybody’s got any ideas then I’m always up for it.”
Last month, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie told Q magazine their new record will display ‘modern, guitar-driven rock n roll’, adding:
“Live we’re a guitar rock’n’roll band but when we make records it would boring if we just made guitar records, we’ve got our own way of doing things. It’s Primal Scream music.”Just Published: