Roddy Woomble, singer with Scottish indie-rockers Idlewild, has told the band's fans that he's been confused by recent promotional posters for the OutKast album and movie, Idlewild.
The singer - whose solo album, My Secret Is My Silence, is out now - posted a message on Idlewild's website, here.
"Not sure what's up with this new OutKast album. Keep seeing posters for it and thinking I've forgotten about a concert.
"Not that it's likely Idlewild would play a show with Andre 3000 and Big Boi. Maybe when our new LP comes out next February some unfamiliars will think we're some sort of OutKast tribute. Could be interesting. Probably won't be."
Idlewild are currently working on the follow-up to 2005's Warnings/Promises LP. He had the following to say about its progress:
"It's also very good... Lots of good riffing and soloing from Rod and Allan, some tasty swing and Krautrock flourishes from Colin and Gareth, and some interesting lyrics, quite misplaced, in a good way. I'm almost positive you'll all enjoy it for a long time."
DiS previewed the film Idlewild here. We'd have reviewed the record, but were too hypnotised by its fancy cover to actually play it...