Ryan Adams joins The Lemonheads on their new album Get Tickets

Adams will be producing and playing drums on the 'punk' follow-up to 2009's 'Varshons'

Ryan Adams has revealed that he will be drumming on and producing the next album from The Lemonheads.

The alt.country mainstay took to Twitter to break the news, writing:


As well as drumming, he will also be producing the record, which will feature Evan Dando alongside The Lemonheads' founding member Ben Deily – who left the band in 1989 - and the band's former bassist, Juliana Hatfield, who appeared on 1992's 'It's A Shame About Ray'.

Adams wrote: "Looking forward to producing the new Lemonheads album this weekend with orig 2 songwriters Evan & Ben with@julianahatfield on bass."

The Lemonheads released 'Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners - The Best Of Lemonheads' earlier this year. Their last album of all-new material was 2006's 'The Lemonheads', which Evan Dando followed with the 2009 covers record 'Varshons'.

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