The Futureheads start second album

The group are at the seaside

After many delays due to touring commitments, The Futureheads have started recording their second album – at the seaside.

The band are currently hard at work in a studio in Scarborough, and after months on the road feel they are finally getting the chance to work on the songs in the way they feel most comfortable.

“What we needed to do is go back to the way we did our first album,” guitarist Ross Millard told NME.COM. “We’ve acquired a year’s worth of ideas – chord progressions and riffs – and now we’ve got seven weeks to put everything into effect. There’s a lot of stuff to pick from so I think we’ll be alright.”

The Futureheads release a new EP, ’Area’, on Monday (November 28).

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