Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie: ‘We’ll do Glastonbury if Michael Eavis provides the wellies’

Singer also confirms the band are now halfway through recording a new album

Fleetwood Mac‘s Christine McVie has said that the band are open to playing Glastonbury in the future.

The singer, who rejoined the band full time earlier this year, said she would be more than happy to play the festival if they were asked.

She told The Daily Star: “If Michael Eavis provides the wellies I’ll be there.”

McVie also confirmed that the band are halfway through making a new album. “We are making new music right now,” she added. “It’s half done, then the world tour starts in September.”

Of the recording sessions, Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham said earlier this year: “The chemistry was just unbelievable. We’re all very excited about the new music. Knowing me I’m going to be pushing hard for a double album.”

Fleetwood Mac spent two months at Village Recorder studio in Los Angeles, working in the same room in which they recorded their 1979 album ‘Tusk’.

The band released an EP in 2013, called ‘Extended Play’, which only reached only No 125 on the UK album chart.