London: Singer Brett Anderson has revealed he and producer Leo Abrahams co-wrote the songs for his new album.
The Suede frontman has just released his fourth solo album "Black Rainbows" but he says he had no material ready but the music started to come quickly once the pair started jamming, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"We didn`t actually write any songs before we went into the studio. First of all I thought, `You`re insane.` But once we set up we had over 16 hours of music. Then everything fell into place, five or six songs later we suddenly started writing interesting stuff, it was quite an amazing way to work, there`s something to be said about being slightly out of control,` said Anderson.
"That`s the whole thing about collaborative work and how that`s how I work best. Working with Leo was very inspiring, we jammed a lot. It was very spontaneous, we took all these improvisations away and edited them, putting them all together in three days," he added.