September 18, 2012 21:37

Ryan Adams joins The Lemonheads on their new album

Adams will be producing and playing drums on the 'punk' follow-up to 2009's 'Varshons'

Ryan Adams joins The Lemonheads on their new album
Ryan Adams has revealed that he will be drumming on and producing the next album from The Lemonheads.

The alt.country mainstay took to Twitter to break the news, writing:



As well as drumming, he will also be producing the record, which will feature Evan Dando alongside The Lemonheads' founding member Ben Deily – who left the band in 1989 - and the band's former bassist, Juliana Hatfield, who appeared on 1992's 'It's A Shame About Ray'.

Adams wrote: "Looking forward to producing the new Lemonheads album this weekend with orig 2 songwriters Evan & Ben with@julianahatfield on bass."

The Lemonheads released 'Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners - The Best Of Lemonheads' earlier this year. Their last album of all-new material was 2006's 'The Lemonheads', which Evan Dando followed with the 2009 covers record 'Varshons'.

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