In an interview with Fox News, the singer refused to rule out the possibility that she and her bandmates would put out a new LP, but did hint that any decision would be largely influenced by the reaction their new material receives from fans on tour.
The band are set to kick off their reunion tour in April and have already suggested that they will play a clutch of new songs at the shows. Speaking about the possibility of recording and releasing further tracks, however, Nicks said: “If the public loves this – if they love these three [new] songs and we get back from them that they want more – then maybe we’ll do more.
“If they just sort of like it and enjoy it, and it’s not a big deal because that’s what the music business is today, then we’ll have had a great time doing these three songs and maybe we’ll just make music for ourselves.”
Earlier this month, the band announced details of two new dates at London’s O2 Arena on their forthcoming UK tour. They will now play The O2 on September 25 and 27 in addition to the previously announced date of September 24 due to huge demand for the shows.
Speaking about UK tour dates, drummer Mick Fleetwood recently said: “We’re doing a big world tour that starts in April. We’re coming here [the UK] in September, October and maybe a bit longer. We’re doing a lot of work here so we are coming.”
The band were rumored to be making their debut appearance on the Pyramid Stage at this years’ Glastonbury Festival, however a string of US dates announced over the same weekend makes this seem unlikely.
Fleetwood Mac will play:
Dublin 02 (September 20)
London O2 Arena (24, 25, 27)
Birmingham LG Arena (29)
Manchester Arena (October 1)
Glasgow The Hydro (3)