The Ting Tings have quoted that they would rather "puke on my own feet than write dance tracks that would fit on the radio after David Guetta."

Singer Katie White and multi-instrumentalist Jules De Martino are about to release their follow-up Sounds From Nowheresville to their criticially and commercially successful debut album We Started Nothing but don't expect it to be as successful. In fact, they totally hope it will not be in order to avoid "cheap, nasty hits."

The band said: "We would rather write songs that nobody's going to hear than write dance tracks that would fit on the radio after David Guetta", with singer Katie White adding: "I'd rather puke on my own feet than that".

Jules De Martino added: "It would have been so easy to quickly bash out any old shit off the back of the first album. Get it on the radio, have a cheap nasty hit. And we didn't want to do that."

The band also mentioned that their best music comes during times when they feeling down. De Martino added "We can only ever write anything when we're down. Who wants to hear an album from an artist that's happy?"

Sounds From Nowheresville releases on February 27th.

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