Performer James Franco’s group “Daddy” has signed a global deal with Kobalt.
The group has a full-length album and movie titled “Let Me Get What I Want”, mainly inspired by English rock band The Smiths, due for 2016 release, said The Hollywood Reporter.
“Daddy” comprises of the 37-year-old James Franco and multi instrumentalist Tim O’Keefe.
“We’re really excited to partner with Kobalt on our forthcoming “Daddy” record and movie. Actor James have the proper forward-thinking way of work with a project as unique as ours, where we see our work not only existing within the music world, but extending to the movie, art space and beyond on an independent basis,” the duo said.
The inspiration for the job came from Franco’s publication “Directing Herbert White: Poems”, which comprise two sections titled “Poems Inspired by Smiths’ Songs”. The poems are loosely predicated on individuals, Franco met at Palo Alto High School.