The Stereophonics want to perform Bond 24 title song

Spectre (2015) - 23-02-13
Welsh rocker The Stereophonics have gone on the record that they want to perform the title song to the 24th James Bond film, having worked with 007 composer David Arnold on their latest album.

Arnold arranged the strings on the Stereophonics’ eighth album 'Graffiti On The Train' and lead singer Kelly Jones told the Daily Record: “If we are called to do the Bond tune I’ll be there. I think it would be good.”

“When we worked with David on the album, the members of the 36-piece orchestra had worked on the soundtrack for every Bond film since Doctor No. It was an incredible experience.”

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