Rita Ora wants Tame Impala on new album
Rita Ora is keen to work with Tame Impala on her new album so she can create a "psychedelic" sound for her upcoming record.
Rita Ora is keen to work with Tame Impala on her upcoming album.
The 'I Will Never Let You Down' hitmaker made good use of her Glastonbury weekend when she networked her way towards working with the Australian group's Jay Watson and Kevin Parker so she can create a new "psychedelic" sound for her new music.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Rita sees the new deal as an opportunity to start afresh.
"She loves Tame Impala and wants a bit of their psychedelic sound for herself."
"She wants to turn over a new leaf and for her that means a new sound".
The 25-year-old singer recently signed a new record deal with Atlantic Records following a lawsuit against former record label Roc Nation, who were founded by Jay-Z in 2008.
Australian rockers Tame Impala provided the perfect warm-up for Glastonbury headliner Adele on Saturday night (25.06.16).
Two stars who were clearly big fans of their psychedelic rock tunes were Alex Turner and Miles Kane.
The Last Shadow Puppets duo were spotted throwing some serious shapes as the band played just yards away from them.
Lady Gaga was spotted at Glastonbury hanging out with Tame Impala's Kevin, but she didn't manage to perform.
The 'Born This Way' hitmaker was supposed to be on stage with Mark Ronson during his Saturday night DJ set but she had to travel back to the US to meet the Dalai Lama on Sunday (26.06.16).