It seems Caleb Followill isn't too worried about Kings of Leon's new album, Come Around Sundown because he's "plenty rich" and doesn't need the money.
The frontman told Contact Music the band has explored their creative side for the band's much-anticipated fifth release which follows the massive hit that was 2008'sOnly By The Night.
But although the band might have piles of cash, Caleb did refrain from dropping the word "millionaires". "We're already plenty rich, we don't need it," told the website. "We're like thousand-aires, multiple thousands, multiple. This record has got a little bit of every record we've ever made to this point. All the people that only know us from the last record - which is quite a few people - we wanted to show them a little bit of our background and the kind of music that we've been trying to make all the while."
First the band says they have a hatred for "Sex on Fire" and now this? Hell, it's the type of arrogance that makes amazing records.