Serge Pizzorno wants James Bond song

Serge Pizzorno

Serge Pizzorno

Kasabian rocker Serge Pizzorno wants to work on more movie scores so he can prove himself to James Bond producers.

Serge Pizzorno wants to record a James Bond theme.

The Kasabian rocker has always dreamed of working on a song for the spy franchise but thinks he is too much of a "maverick" to be chosen so plans to work on scores for other movies to prove himself.

He said: "I'd love to produce for other artists. I'd like to do more film scores but it has to be right.

"I'd absolutely love to do a Bond theme. I've been saying that since I was about 18. I know I could do it but it all depends on whether they can trust a maverick. Honestly, I know I could, but they like to play it safe.

"I guess I'll have to do a few more scores first until they trust me."

And the 'Eez-Eh' star already knows how his dream theme would sound.

He said: "It needs to be put in the hands of someone who cares so much about the John Barry theme. "Everyone always nicks those chords, but haven't done enough. I can already hear the modern version."

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