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Monday
Feb122007

A "Flight of the Conchords" Update

Flightless BirdsWhen we last heard from the musical comedy duo, Jemaine was busy making Outback commercials and Bret was, well, doing something we're sure was twice as exciting. But that doesn't mean the pair have just been resting on their New Zealand-born laurels. As the extensive FoTC fansite "What the Folk!" reports, be prepared for an onslaught of Conchordmania in 2007:

Exclusive news snippet! - The Conchords are busy in LA writing their HBO script. Yes, you know that. But did you know that it starts filming in March sometime. I don't have a definite start date, but I hear that is when Bret and Jemaine should begin filming in New York. Looking at around four months filming time for the 12 part series. Wooo!

And of that long awaited second Conchords album.... its still in the works for 2007. The guys mentioned (when letting me know about the gigs) they are busy recording at the moment, so who knows, it may well be the album they are working on. If anything new comes my way on this story, I'll be sure to share. Thanks to the guys for the album news update. I know 2007 has 11 and a bit months left, but it gives us something to look forward to Conchords wise.


To hold you over until the Conchord bombardment, here's a rendition of "Jenny" from their HBO special:

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