Gaz Coombes’s Supergrass reunion nerves

Gaz Coombes was “nervous” about reforming Supergrass following the success of his solo album.

The frontman’s solo records have been critically acclaimed, with 2015’s record ‘Matador’ being nominated for a Mercury Prize, and of the 2019 ‘Alright’ band reunion, he said it was a “step back”. I was a little worried because I thought it would be. .

However, Gaz proved himself wrong by continuing his solo career while also successfully reuniting Supergrass.

Speaking to Classic Pop magazine, he admitted:

“Going with the flow, the last two albums did so well that it seemed a little strange to step back. Because I was writing this record mainly between reunions.

I feel like I was able to make good use of both. ”

Gaz recently admitted that he left Supergrass because it stopped making him happy.

The 46-year-old singer-songwriter says he needs to find joy in music again as a solo artist after leaving the band in 2010 when they announced they were disbanding due to creative differences.

he said: I didn’t enjoy it so I left and it didn’t make me happy. ”

Regarding the start of his solo career, he added:

Gaz said of his debut solo album, 2012’s Here Comes The Bombs:

The musician released his fourth solo LP, Turn the Car Around, earlier this month, following 2018’s World’s Strongest Man.

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