November 13, 2009 16:31
School Of Seven Bells name new album
Alejandra Deheza tells NME.COM they'll preview new material at London ICA show
Although the follow-up to their 2008 debut 'Alpinisms' doesn't have a release date, Deheza added that the new album is almost completely recorded.
"I'm not nervous at all [about the new album] – I just really wanna move ahead with all these new songs," she explained, adding that she's pleased to have left 'Alpinisms' behind for the time being. "It's like, "Alright, we're finally done with this ['Alpinisms']". Don't get me wrong – I love those songs, but, you know, if the band don't keep moving I think I'm just gonna lose my mind."
Deheza went on to confirm that School Of Seven Bells are likely to debut "at least six new songs" at their forthcoming London ICA gig on December 4.
The band recently released an expanded edition of 'Alpinisms', featuring unreleased versions of the album's tracks.
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