Clean Bandit want to team up with Louisa Johnson again
- Bang Showbiz
- 6 December 2016
Clean Bandit would love to record another song with pop beauty Louisa Johnson
Clean Bandit want to work with Louisa Johnson again.
The 'Rather Be' hitmakers teamed up with the 2015 'X Factor' winner on the hit single 'Tears' and the group - comprised of Grace Chatto and brothers Jack and Luke Patterson - are hoping to hit the studio again with the 18-year-old pop beauty.
Talking about collaborations, cellist Grace told The Idolator: "I've never been asked to sing. I wouldn't call myself a singer.
"It's not really a talent people are looking for. But yeah, writing and producing with other people is something we're really interested in doing, because of the nature of our own band - It's so collaborative anyway.
"Often we make songs with people for us and one for them.
"We hope to do more with Louisa Johnson, who we did 'Tears' with."
And Clean Bandit are not the only ones looking to work with Louisa as 'Easy Love' hitmaker Sigala is dying to get her on one of his tracks.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Louisa Johnson would be cool to work with, she is smashing it."
Meanwhile, Louisa was shocked to hear Neil Milan had quit Clean Bandit - as he never mentioned it.
She previously said: "I saw it on Twitter actually. There was no sign of anything really, they were all fine and i think it was just a case of he wanted to move on, and he does DJing I think so maybe he just wanted to concentrate on that - I don't really know the full ins and outs."
And Neil's former bandmate Jack admitted it was a massive "shock" when they found out through an email.
At the time, he said: "It was a surprise. It was a shock. When we actually got the email it was a real shock."
Jack says it has been a "tough" thing to come to terms with, however, they accept that Neil is "a lot happier" now.
He said: "It's sad. It's been a tough time but I think we've all come together to make it work and put in a lot of effort and I think he's a lot happier now as well. now that he's left and only good things will come from it."