The Kooks want cooky dance craze for new song Chicken Bone

The Kooks want cooky dance craze for new song Chicken Bone

The Kooks’ Luke Pritchard believes their new track ‘Chicken Bone’ should have its own online dance craze.
The ‘Naive’ hitmaker says he will "invent" his own routine to accompany their latest single from their comeback record ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’ in a bid to take the web by storm.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "We need a dance for it, I’m working on it, I’ll invent it, like a modern version of the chicken dance."
The 33-year-old frontman also revealed that their track ‘Tesco Disco’ is named after an actual rave that took place in a car park at the supermarket.
He said: "It’s about the nostalgia of that time in 2006/2007.
"There was a late-night rave at a Tesco car park we used to call ‘Tesco Disco’.
"You could get cans of beer for a £1 and they used to play your Jamie T, Mystery Jets and all that kind of music."
Luke quipped that he named the track after the grocery store just to get free food, adding: "Really that’s what I’m after. Tesco I’ll take a 70% discount, I’m going for the big operations, no Louis Vuitton, no Gucci."
Meanwhile, Luke previously described the success of their 2006 debut LP ‘Inside In/Inside Out’ as both a "blessing and a curse".
He told BANG Showbiz: "It’s a blessing and curse. We can’t be too annoyed by it.
"When everyone is comparing your old work to your new record, because it was so well-received, you want to break free of that.
"We made a great record and it’s cool that people still dig it."