'The Mighty Boosh' to release album

Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt will head to the studio soon

'The Mighty Boosh' to release album
'The Mighty Boosh' are set to enter a studio soon to begin recording an album.

The comedy troupe, fronted by Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, are currently looking into studios to book for the recording process. They are expected to record new "psychedelic prog-rock" material.

NME.COM previously revealed that the duo had formed a band, and are set to headline 'The Mighty Boosh' festival in Hops Farm, Kent on July 5.

The Sun has since quoted an anonymous source as revealing the album plans. "'The Mighty Boosh' lads are looking for a studio to work on new material," the source is quoted as saying.

"They want to write and record some new tracks. Record labels have been trying to get them to release an album for ages."

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