Band speak about future plans at Download Festival

Trash Talk have said they have recorded most of their fourth studio album and want it out within seven months.

Speaking to NME at Download Festival earlier today (June 11), bassist Spencer Pollard said that the band had just finished recording a number of new songs and that they weren’t planning on sitting on them for too long.

“We’ve just recorded a bunch of songs, we’re not too sure what we’re going to do with them yet, but hopefully that’ll be for a record that’ll come out in the next seven months,” he said. Singer Lee Spielman added: “It’s already all layed down, we just need to get it out.”

Spielman that the band would be returning to the UK in August to tour with Fucked Up, after the two bands play a US jaunt together in July. “After this, we’re touring with Fucked Up, all up the West Coast and Seattle and then we’re coming to the UK in August with pretty much that exact line-up,” he said.

Trash Talk played an explosive set on Download Festival‘s Pepsi Max stage, rattling through over 15 songs in just over half an hour.

Trash Talk played:

‘Worthless Nights’
‘Manifest Destination’
‘I Block’
‘Babylon, CA’
‘Walking Disease’
‘Well Of Souls’
‘Sacramento Is Dead’
‘Lepers To Feed The Lepers’
‘Birth Plague Die’

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