June 29, 2022

Prefer it or not, Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck have a collaborative album on the way in which, and now, they’ve dropped the most recent preview, a canopy of “Venus in Furs” by The Velvet Underground.

Whereas the unique is notable for John Cale’s electrical viola and Moe Tucker’s bass drum and tambourine shake backbeat, Depp and Beck’s take is extra simple and sludges ahead with fuzzed-out guitar and bleary vocals. Take heed to it under.

Along with their Velvet Underground cowl, Depp and Beck’s upcoming album, 18, will characteristic them taking up songs by The Seashore Boys, Marvin Gaye, and The Everly Brothers. It’s going to additionally include two Depp originals, together with the beforehand launched “This Is a Music for Miss Hedy Lamarr.”

“I haven’t had one other inventive accomplice like him for ages,” Beck stated about Depp in an announcement accompanying the album’s announcement. “He was a serious drive on this report. I simply hope folks will take him critically as a musician as a result of it’s a tough factor for some folks to just accept that Johnny Depp can sing rock and roll.”

Though this new endeavor comes after the conclusion of Depp’s defamation trial towards ex-wife Amber Heard, the actor has truly been a rock musician for years, most famously as a member of The Hollywood Vampires with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry. Alongside along with his newest foray into music, Depp is at the moment in pre-production for a movie wherein he’ll play King Louis V, however it’s but to be seen if Hollywood views him as an excessive amount of of a legal responsibility for tentpole blockbusters.

Nevertheless, this isn’t the final we’ve heard of the trial. Heard, who gained $2 million in her personal countersuit, reportedly can’t afford to pay the $10.35 million in compensatory and punitive damages awarded to Depp and intends to attraction the choice.

Beck is at the moment on tour by way of Europe with Depp in tow; seize your tickets through Ticketmaster.

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