LCD Soundsystem: 'We might make another album'

James Murphy admits that 'This Is Happening' might not be their last LP

LCD Soundsystem: 'We might make another album'

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LCD Soundsystem have revealed that they could make another album - despite previously stating that this year's 'This Is Happening' would be their last studio effort.

The group's leader James Murphy admitted that the band will continue to make music in some capacity.

"We'll still make some music but playing together is such an Herculean thing because everyone lives in different parts of the world and has lives," he told Thequietus.com. "But we'll still be making LCD Soundsystem music and stuff; we just need to go back and have it be a part of our lives rather than our whole lives."

He added: "We'll do some 12-inch records and things like that. I just need to get away from it being a big thing."

Meanwhile, when asked if the group had made their last album, Murphy explained that a new LP was a possibility.

"It should be the last one," he said. "Yeah, I'll still do music. We might even make an album. I'm just getting off of the professional album making train. I'm not counting anything out other than touring professionally."

LCD Soundsystem play the Reading And Leeds Festivals this weekend (August 27-29). See NME.COM for a full report on their performance.

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