BROADCAST MAY RELEASE ANOTHER RECORD
James Cargill, bandmate and partner of Broadcast frontwoman Trish Keenan, who died suddenly earlier this year, has said that the band may release another album. Speaking to Under The Radar, Cargill revealed that he is sitting on a number of unreleased recordings made by Keenan prior to her death, which he does intend to work into finished tracks.
"Trish left a lot of tapes, four-tracks and stuff", he said. "The next thing I release with Trish on it will be more like a monument and a tribute to her rather than this obsessive thing I used to have about making albums".
Commenting on that output, he continued: "Trish's vocals are really great. They're a bit more pastoral, almost a bit more like [2003 album] 'Haha Sound'. I liked the lyrics she was writing. They fit the pastoral, folk thing. She'd taken a lot from Lewis Carroll and some of the nonsense verse she was into. I think it might be a bit more like the older Broadcast".
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