Calvin Harris: “You Can’t Really Trust Me” – Music News

This morning, Calvin Harris joined Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp.

Calvin Harris says there would “absolutely not” be a volume three album saying “Honestly, I don’t think that’s going to happen again” and that it’s not “intrinsic” to his nature to collaborate with other artists

RK: Roman Kemp
SW: Sian Welby
SJ: Sonny Jay
CH: Calvin Harris

SW: Let’s talk about the album that we joked about, but we had been really waiting for it for five years, people were so excited. I remember at one point you said there would be no volume two, I remember you said “no, no, no” so are you more nervous about to get this out? Or is it like ah, it’s a weight on your shoulders?

CH: It’s that one, yeah that last one, I think, the thing with me, especially in interviews, is that I just talk a lot about… well I just say stuff, it really doesn’t mean anything . So if I say “I’m going to do this or I’m going to do this”, it doesn’t mean anything, I don’t know what I’m doing myself. I said I wasn’t going to do it and then I did. So that’s kinda the example that you can’t really trust me

SJ: That leads me to my question actually because if I asked you if you were doing a volume three you would probably say no

CH: Absolutely not!

SJ: Is it absolutely not, or?

CH: Honestly, I don’t think that will happen again.

SJ: You said it last time!

RK: Why? Because obviously you have so many collaborations in there, it’s amazing. Is it because of this, attaching other people?

CH: Do you think so? Do you think? For my part, I grew up on my computer making music, I’m not really a social type. I’m not really a “bring this person” “let’s make this happen guys” kind of thing, I’m normally a team leader, and with that stuff there’s an element of that and I dive kind of my toe in it and then I’m like *shudder*. It’s as if it’s not intrinsic to my nature to do this kind of thing. So after the last one I kind of backed off and was like I’m working with Brits now.

All: [laugh]

CH: I did the song Dua, the song Sam, Rag’n’Bone Man, then Tom Grennan, it’s not a coincidence, it was very methodical, I’m going to go back to my country and you know how to appreciate that .

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