The Smashing Pumpkins and Tame Impala sat down for Rolling Stone’s “Musicians on Musicians” issue

I love it when artists interview each other. This is the perfect example.

Kevin Parker of Tame Impala and Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins sat down for Rolling Stone‘s “Musicians on Musicians” issue, and Parker was shocked by one of Corgan’s answers.

Parker: Tell me this: Did you guys have plans to come to Australia before this whole coronavirus shutdown?

Corgan: You know, it’s a sad thing. No promoter will bring us over.

Parker: What are you talking about? I’ll have a chat with my people.

Corgan: We’ll get you up for a Siamese Dream song.

Parker: Oh, my God, that would be amazing. That would be a dream.

In the interview, Parker mentions that Siamese Dream feels like a hug to him, and Corgan says that some of Tame Impala’s music reminds him of The Bee Gees. (Yikes … was that a compliment? )


Read the full interview on the Rolling Stone site.