The bassist and backing vocalist of the Australian rock band AC/DC, Cliff Williams has spoken about the spy-shot photos of the studio taken during their recording process of the new album, ‘Power Up,’ for the first time.
Within his latest appearance on Let There Be Talk, the rock veteran, Cliff Williams, has talked about the long-awaited album of AC/DC, ‘Power Up,’ while recalling the last tour of the band, ‘Rock Or Bust’ tour, and the band members’ retirements.
As you know, the legendary rock band, AC/DC, is coming up with their new studio album 6 years after their last album, ‘Rock or Bust.’
On 30 September 2020, after Johnson and Rudd were seen near The Warehouse Studio, the band officially confirmed the return of Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, and Cliff Williams, alongside Angus and Stevie Young, reuniting the ‘Rock or Bust’ recording line-up.
Soon after, on 7 October 2020, they announced the news that ‘Power Up’ will be released on November 13, 2020. Most recently, the band has premiered the official music video of the first single from the album, ‘Shot In The Dark‘ on YouTube.
When asked about the leaked photos of Johnson and Rudd, that fired up the rumors about a new album, Cliff Williams said that there was someone across the road from the studio in Vancouver snapping shots of the boys outside smoking cigarettes and drinking tea.
Since he doesn’t smoke cigarettes anymore, he never went out there and they never got his snap, Williams said. He also mentioned that it was kind of a bit of fun, his bandmates getting caught up like that.
Here’s what Williams said about the leaked studio photos:
“There was someone across the road from the studio in Vancouver snapping shots of the boys outside smoking cigarettes and drinking tea.
And I don’t smoke cigarettes anymore, so I never went out there, they never got my snap, but that was kind of a bit of fun.”
You can check out the rest of the conversation and the official music video of ‘Shot In The Dark’ below.