Johnny Depp has released a rock album with legendary guitarist Jeff Beck and is already touring
Europe, a way to forget the legal dispute against his ex-wife Amber Heard.
The album, entitled "18", is made up of versions of rock classics and goes on sale this Friday (15).
At 59, Depp makes great efforts with his vocal cords and Jeff Beck, 78, juggles with his guitar.
The album includes songs like John Lennon's "Isolation", Marvin Gaye's "What's going on" and "Venus in furs" by the Velvet Underground.
There is also room on the album for original songs, such as "This is a song for miss Hedy Lamarr", in which the actor pays tribute to the Hollywood star.
Despite having won the case against his ex-wife, Depp still seems to be bitterly ruminating
on the human condition, singing that he doesn't believe in his fellow men and describing Lamarr as a woman "erased by the same world that made her a star.