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A few months after the Sunsets tour with Powderfinger, Chris and Mark are back to work! The duo worked with the Japanese actress Kuriyama Chiaki (from Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol.1) on her debut album "Circus", to be released in two weeks. “Kuchi ni Shita LOVE” is a track produced, composed, and arranged by Chris Cester and Mark Wilson. The lyrics were written by Ishiwatari Junji, formerly of the band Supercar.
Here are Chris's thoughts on the track:
“Mark and I had been getting really into alot of French Pop-Rock music from the 1960's! The Parisian-made pop music back then was different to how they were doing it in London and New York. It was ultra crisp, super-tight, up-beat, aggressive dance tracks. Stylized rock and roll records. Serge Gainsbourg, Johnny Halliday, Michel Polnareff, and Brigitte Bardot were some of the artists that inspired our track. We wanted to see what would happen though, if we hardened up the percussion, and made it bouncier, tougher, and more raw, like an early hip hop track. It's 1980's Brooklyn vs 1960's Paris! !”
This is not the first time they collaborate with Japanese bands. In 2008, during the band's brief hiatus, Chris and Mark produced the song "I spy I spy" for Superfly. The two of them even featured in the song's videoclip.
For more info on Chiaki's album, click here.