It’s been a busy 12 months for Tame Impala and it looks like frontman, Kevin Parker isn’t slowing down any time soon.
On Tuesday at Australia’s APRA Awards, Parker was talking to AAP about what’s next for the band and himself saying, “I think after a long tour and after an album, your brain feels like it wants to relax,” he said, “but at the same time making music for me is something that comes kind of naturally. Just like a brain process.”
Not that recording is an issue with the frontman having his own studio close to home in Perth, stating that “there are all sorts of things going on.”
There was no mention as to whether the material is for Tame Impala or if he’s embarking on another project but one thing’s for sure that if it’s anything like last year’s release ‘Currents’ then we’re in for a treat.
It was a successful night at the APRA Awards for the band as they picked up the award for Song of the Year for ‘Let It Happen‘. Earlier in the year, the Aussies picked up a win at the BRITS for Best International Band, beating the likes of Eagles of Death Metal, U2, Major Lazer and Alabama Shakes.
Check out the APRA Awards, Song of the Year, ‘Let It Happen‘, taken from their third album, ‘Currents’ below.