DESERT SESSIONS?

The Aussie rockers consider recording their new album in an unusual place...

Jet are gearing up to start work on the follow-up to last year’s debut album ‘GET BORN’.

The band – who recently swept the board at the annual Australian Recording Industry Association Awards (ARIAs) (October 17) winning six of the seven categories they were nominated in – are considering heading into the desert to get their inspiration.

Guitarist Cameron Muncey told NME.COM: “A lot of songs are written and it’s all sort of coming together. We’ve had a month off – we’re just going to come back and do this (Australian tour), then have another month off, and then I think there’s talk of France or some shit…going to the desert maybe!”

He added: “Something interesting, something to make us inspired. Something to throw ourselves in the deep end again – it’s good to get alone. There’s no time limit, we’re our own masters – there’s no one forcing us or telling us what to do. We’re looking forward to looking forward!”

Muncey would not confirm when the band would be returning to the UK, merely saying: “We’ll be back with new songs, some time next year!”