The follow-up to 1990's 'Ritual de lo Habitual' looks like being upon us...

Jane’s Addiction are set to enter the studio to work on their first album in over ten years.

The legendary group, fronted by Perry Farrell, reformed last year to headline the Coachella Festival, and then performed a string of dates across North America.

Now, new bassist Martyn LeNoble told Rolling Stone that the group want to continue playing live, but not “the same repertoire”.

He said: “We love playing together, and we play great shows but if we’re ever going to do that again we know that we need some new material. I don’t think we want to stop playing, but we do want to stop playing the same repertoire.”

The group’s last studio album, ‘Ritual de lo Habitual’, was released in 1990.