Massive Attack heal long-term rift with Tricky

Paris meeting sees two parties discuss future collaboration

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Massive Attack‘s Grant ‘Daddy G’ Marshall says the Bristol band have made up with former collaborator Tricky.

Marshall revealed that the two parties met up in Paris recently, saying “things seem like they’ve healed” between them.

“It’s been quite well documented how us and Tricky get on, hasn’t it?” he told BBC 6music. “Things have softened up. We saw Tricky a couple of weeks ago in Paris and it was quite an amicable meeting after five or six years.”

He added that Massive Attack now want to work with Tricky again, on the follow-up to their forthcoming ‘Heligoland’.

The new album, which features guest appearances from Elbow‘s Guy Garvey and Damon Albarn, is set to be released in February 2010.

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