Here’s The Last Shadow Puppets Improvising A Song About Tame Impala

Footage has emerged of The Last Shadow Puppets performing an improvised song about Aussie legends Tame Impala during their set at Open’er Festival in Gdynia, Poland last month.

During their Open’er performance on 29th June, Alex Turner, Miles Kane and company dreamt up a song about Tame Impala — who were also on the festival’s bill — and give it the sweet refrain, “There’s a storm brewing in the form of Tame Impala.”

Video taken during The Last Shadow Puppets’ set (below) sees the band welcoming an approaching real-world storm with a song.

“There’s a storm brewing Gdynia… there’s a storm brewing in the form of Tame Impala,” Alex Turner sings, while after the song the band say Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker “controls the weather system around here”.

The Last Shadow Puppets are known to be fans of Tame Impala, with this footage of them dorkily dancing to Tame’s music being pretty strong proof of that. The Last Shadow Puppets’ Open’er set also saw the group perform their cover of David Bowie’s Moonage Daydream, before Tame Impala closed the festival on the Main Stage.

It’s not yet known if Kevin Parker was responsible for the storm which hit this year’s Open’er Festival.

Catch video of The Last Shadow Puppets’ improvised Tame Impala song, below.

Watch: The Last Shadow Puppets – Tame Impala Song (Open’er Festival 2016)

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