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Johns and Mac worked together since Mac's 1997 remix of "Freak" and his contribution to Neon Ballroom.
In 2000, they recorded a five-track EP I Can't Believe It's Not Rock.
Daniel Paul Johns (born 22 April 1979) is an Australian musician, singer, and songwriter.
Best known as the former front man of the rock band Silverchair, Johns is also one half of The Dissociatives with Paul Mac and, in 2007, was ranked at number 18 on Rolling Stone Johns attended Newcastle High School, from which he graduated in 1996.
In late 2005, Johns and Silverchair reunited and announced the production of a new album entitled Young Modern.
The new album was released on 31 March 2007 and was followed by the Across the Great Divide tour with fellow Australian band Powderfinger.
1 on the Slovakian i Tunes albums chart shortly after release.
In May 2016 Johns collaborated with Perth duo Slumberjack on their track "Open Fire", A public controversy arose in July 2007 when Johns claimed on Australian radio station Triple J that he had shared a joint with his then-wife Natalie Imbruglia, Australian Federal MP and ex-Midnight Oil frontman Peter Garrett, and Bono of U2 in November 2006 while they listened to a demo recording of Silverchair's album Young Modern.
During the post-Diorama hiatus, Johns worked on several side projects, the most notable being The Dissociatives with dance musician/producer Paul Mac.
The record features multilayered arrangements of R&B, soul, synthpop, and electronic melodies. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart in Australia within the first two weeks of its release.
The album also achieved some unexpected success in other parts of the world, coming in at No.
Johns is expected to release a full-length studio album as a solo artist some time in 2015.
Johns released his fifteen-track debut album as a solo artist on , entitled Talk.