Florence And The Machine heading to Abbey Road for new album sessions

Guitarist Rob Ackroyd reveals plans for 'Lungs' follow-up

Florence And The Machine are set to begin recording their second album in London‘s legendary Abbey Road studios.

Work on the follow-up to 2009’s ‘Lungs’ will begin in April or May, guitarist Rob Ackroyd has revealed.

Ackroyd said that the band have already reconvened with producer Paul Epworth for new sessions – he produced several tracks on ‘Lungs’.

“Work on the second album has begun with Paul Epworth and there is talk of booking out Abbey Road for a month in April/May to record,” Ackroyd told Gibson.com.

Frontwoman Florence Welch is currently in the US, where she will perform at the Oscars on February 27.