November 22, 2010 21:28

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds to release new album in 2011

Although frontman Nick Cave admits: 'I haven't written anything yet'

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds to release new album in 2011
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have revealed that they will release a new album in 2011.

However, frontman Nick Cave admitted that he hasn't started writing the follow-up to 2008's 'Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!' yet.

"There will be a new Bad Seeds record next year," he told SpinnerMusic.co.uk. "I've got to write one, I haven't written anything yet, but that's not how I go about things anyway."

"I have the starting date for the next record and that's when I go into the office and start it," he continued. "I'm not doing that until I've finished the Grinderman tour, which is amazing. The band is something else."

Cave is currently on a North American tour with Grinderman in support of their second album 'Grinderman 2'.

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