More than a month after his libel trial won against his ex-wife Amber Heard, Johnny Depp is finally breaking the silence. And it is not in the cinema that the star of Pirate of the Caribbean will make his big comeback, but in the bins. On July 15, he will release an album in collaboration with British guitarist Jeff Beck, entitled 18. “When Johnny and I started playing together, it really ignited our youthful spirit and our creativity, Jeff Beck told the Sunday Times. We were joking that we felt like we were 18 again, so that also became the title of the album.”

If nothing is known yet of the content of this project, the actor should devote a song to his chaotic divorce with actress Amber Heard and his ultra-publicized trial, according to information from the Sunday Times. In a second title titled Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade, Johnny Depp would also have slipped a message to his ex-wife. “I think you’ve said enough for one hell of a night (…) You’re sitting there like a dog with an itch that lasted seven years,” the lyrics read. Or: “If I had a penny, it would not reach your hand”, revealed the British media this Sunday, July 10.

Johnny Depp: a future in music?

Apart from the two tracks written by Johnny Depp, the 13-track album is largely made up of covers by the Beach Boys, Velvet Underground and Marvin Gaye. “It’s an amazing honor to play and write music with Jeff, one of the greatest, whom I now have the privilege of calling my brother,” the 59-year-old actor said. special guest on Jeff Beck’s European tour. This is not the first time that Johnny Depp pushes the song. Lily-Rose’s father played for more than a decade with the Hollywood Vampires, a band he started with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.

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