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James Franco’s band Daddy has completed a deal to release a full-length album as well as a film entitled Let Me Get What I Want.
The actor and multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Keefe have signed a global multi-year deal with Kobalt of which the release date is in 2016. Each song will come with its own video, that when watched in sequence, tells a bigger story.
With the album being inspired by The Smiths, and the title of the album being lifted from one of their songs Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want, it comes as no surprise that the future album will have The Smiths’ bassist, Andy Rourke, reportedly feature on each of the tracks on the album.
“We are really excited to partner with Kobalt on our upcoming Daddy album and film,” the duo said. “Kobalt has the right forward-thinking approach to work with a project as unique as ours, where we see our work not only existing within the music realm, but extending into the film, art space and beyond on an independent basis.”