'The Charlatans' lead vocalist Tim Burgess said collaborating with Paul Weller on their new album 'Different Days' was an honour.
The lead vocalist of the British indie band 'The Charlatans' has joined forces with a number of artists on the new album 'Different Days', including Johnny Marr and 'New Order's STEPHEN MORRIS and Gillian Gilbert, but he has admitted working with the 58-year-old musician was an ''honour''.
Speaking to NME, the 49 year old said: ''It was great to work to Paul's method and pace.
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