Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get to work on new album

Aussie singer also unveils side-project plans

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get  to work on new album
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have started working on a new album.

Aussie singer Cave says his band have started writing the follow up to 2004's 'Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus', and are hoping to record the LP later this year.

He said: "Now I'm writing the new Bad Seeds album. We're going to record it either June or July. There's a lot going on. And everyone else has their own stuff as well."

Cave is also currently preparing to unleash his side-project Grinderman's debut album.

The band's new single 'No Pussy Blues' is out on February 19 before their self-titled LP is released on March 5, reports BBC 6 Music.

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