Asking Alexandria Singer Danny Worsnop Dishes on Solo Album
In a recent video message to his fans, Asking Alexandria’s resident rebel Danny Worsnop looked like a dapper choir boy. The singer recorded a personal message to his fans thanking them for their support, “I want to thank all of you for sticking with me during my not so professional demise. I’m back, I’m strong and I’m sure as hell going to give you one hell of a roller coaster ride.”
The roller coaster ride kicks off with Worsnop’s upcoming solo release. On the same day of his video message, he debuted a small clip of one of his new solo songs called ‘Photograph’, check it out below.
Worsnop tells Loudwire that “Photograph’ is much softer than the rest of the album; it’s more of a ballad.” The overall sound is a huge departure from what you’d expect from Asking Alexandria and finds Worsnop exploring a more mainstream rock sound. In an exclusive chat, we asked Worsnop for all the details.
On the overall sound of the album, Danny described it as “predominantly rock and roll. It’s hard hitting, strong and sleazy. Imagine music that you hear in a strip club and that’s it.”
Worsnop already spilled the beans that Automatic Loveletter’s leading lady Juliet Simms shared her vocals on ‘Photograph’ but would there be other collaborations on the release? The answer is a resounding ‘YES’! Some of Worsnop’s closest friends will be lending their support on the album including guitar solos from Jinxx and vocals courtesy of Andy Biersack -- both from the band Black Veil Brides.
Veteran rocker Sebastian Bach will probably find a place on the album, as well, reported Worsnop, “Sebastian Bach will probably sing on it since we spend 90 percent of our time together anyway." Worsnop also disclosed that there were a few more collaborations in the works but he couldn’t fill us in just yet.
With a targeted release date of late November or early December, we only have a few months to wait. So hang in there and check back later this week with Loudwire for our full interview with Worsnop.