AlunaGeorge In No Rush To Follow 'White Noise' With New Collaborations

29 July 2013, 15:28

The UK duo say they will only collaborate with other artists if they feel it's right for their music.

AlunaGeorge say they are in no rush to collaborate with any other artists after their huge team-up with Disclosure on 'White Noise'.

The 'Attracting Flies' duo, who have scored huge chart success this year with songs from their debut album 'Body Music', say they are in a "self-sufficient" stage and won't rush any other team-ups just yet.

"We met them and got on," singer Aluna Francis told the Daily Star, when asked about their collaboration with Disclosure. "If we like people then it makes sense to do some music.

"But we're quite a self-sufficient thing," she explained, before bandmate George Reid went on to reveal that much of 'Body Talk' was recorded in various bedrooms rather than high-tech recording studios.

"We just used a computer, microphone, blankets, freshly washed, maybe," he joked. "Eventually we moved to a residential space in Henley where we had no mobile network or internet so all we had to do was write music.

Check out a picture of AlunaGeorge together below:

"All those things put together gave us the album," George added.

AlunaGeorge released their debut studio album 'Body Music' this week.

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