"I think there will be a lot of changes in these islands over the next 10 or 20 years..." hmv.com talks to The Proclaimers:
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"Over the last two and a half decades, brothers Charlie and Craig Reid, otherwise known as The Proclaimers, have released nine studio albums, toured the world and even had a musical written based on their songs.
Next week the Scottish duo release their tenth album, Let's Hear It For The Dogs, and we caught up with Charlie Reid to talk about working with Manic Street Preachers producer Dave Eringa, having their songs adapted for stage and screen, as well as their take on the Scottish independence debate...
You toured pretty extensively with your last album, when did you start working on the new record?
“We finished off the last round of touring around October 2013, we had a few weeks off before we started writing for the new record, then we just got on with it really. So we started some time in the autumn and just tried to get as many songs done as we could, we'd finished around August last year but it ended up being almost December before we actually went into the studio. We were down at Rockfield studios in Monmouth, I think it was all finished by about December 21st.”
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