The Distillers to Form Spinnerette

The Distillers' two remaining members team up with Alain Johannes of Queens of the Stone Age to form a new band.


Three albums and 5 members quitting the band after, Brody Dalle of punk rock band The Distillers announced the formation of a new band. Dalle will team up with her old time band mate, Tony Bevilacqua and Queens of the Stone Age's Alain Johannes to outline Spinnerette.

The new band will have a different sound to The Distillers mainly on the message delivered. Dalle said in a statement, "Spinnerette get a clean slate. She gets to start over and be the new kid in town, only she ain't no kid. She's quirky and sexy and she f***s around." The songs to be included in the new band's first album were actually written for The Distillers. "The songs seemed out of context and inappropriate for The Distillers. I felt ambivalent about sharing them with anyone," she continued.

Spinnerette is signed to Sire Records, is in recording process in Los Angeles and will release the debut album this summer. Helming this project is none other than Johannes himself. The Distillers meanwhile, will remain intact according to Dalle.

© AceShowbiz.com


MORE FROM NEWS
Leave a Comment

Required fields are marked with *

  random image 
TODAY'S HEADLINES
  1. 'America's Got Talent' Live Results 1: Meet the First 7 Semifinalists!
  2. Is She Pregnant? Gwen Stefani Sports Suspicious Bump During Outing With Son
  3. Miranda Lambert Is Tired of Being 'Painted as the Villain' in Blake Shelton Split
  4. Paula Patton Spotted With 'New Man' in L.A. Almost Three Years After Robin Thicke Divorce
  5. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Write Love Songs for Each Other
  6. This Is How Olivia Munn Feels About Aaron Rodgers Allegedly Dating Marie Margolius
  7. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reunite for Pizza Party With Kids
  8. Fergie Goes Topless to Promote New Album 'Double Dutchess'
  9. Bella Thorne Suffers Insane Nip Slip in a Plunging Bodysuit at L.A. After Party
  10. It's Official! Daniel Craig Is Returning for 'Bond 25'