Depp collaborated with Beck, the former Yardbirds guitarist, on two songs on the album named “18.” The songs appear to reflect Depp’s emotions during the torturous, weeks-long trial that exposed the couple’s toxic marriage to the world. “I think you’ve said enough for one m* night,” he says on the album he recorded with renowned British guitarist Jeff Beck, which will be published Friday, according to the Sunday Times of London.
According to The Times, he sings on one tune, “Sad M Parade,” that “you’re sitting there like a dog with a seven-year itch.” In another verse of the song, he says, “If I had a dime, it wouldn’t reach your hand.” In June, Depp joined Beck for a stretch of tour dates across the United Kingdom. According to the Sunday Times of London, their album is called after the youthful age they feel every time they play music.
According to The Times, after Depp’s two compositions, the other tracks on the album are cover songs, including “Caroline, No” by Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and “Venus and Furs” by the Velvet Underground. Depp has a long and rich history of performing music in addition to his spectacular acting career. He just planned a summer tour with his rock band “Hollywood Vampires,” which includes Depp, Joe Perry, Alice Cooper, and Tommy Henriksen.
Last month, Depp won his lawsuit against Heard, 36, whom he sued for defamation after she authored an article for the Washington Post in 2018 claiming abuses against an unidentified partner. Following a nationally broadcast trial, a seven-person jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive penalties — though punitive damages in Virginia are limited to $350,000.
In her countersuit against her ex-husband, Heard was granted $2 million. According to a most recent update, Amber Heard’s insurance firm claims that Johnny Depp was willfully defamed by his ex-wife. Her insurance company is refusing to pay for the damages owed to her ex-husband by the Aquaman actor. Furthermore, it is suing Heard to be absolved of any need to pay for her following the high-profile defamation lawsuit.