THE FUTUREHEADS GET BACK INTO THE STUDIO

The band will start recording their second album after next month’s festivals...

The Futureheads will start recording their second album after next month’s festivals.

The band, who appear at the Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals in August, will regroup straight away with a view to releasing their second album next year.

Bassist Jaff told NME.COM: “We’re looking forward to getting all the festivals done, getting in the studio. We feel like we’re ready to move on. We’ve got lots of stuff written.”

Singer Barry Hyde added: “The thing with this band is the most time consuming thing about writing a song is arranging it. What we need is, as we will get in September, a block of time. Practice in a room everyday for four or five hours. That’s the plan.”

Barry< said that there’s a “feeling of excitement, and also terror” about the sessions, which they hope will last for four weeks. A new song, ‘Areas’, played on tour recently, is set for inclusion on the record.

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