The band reveal plans to record the follow-up to last year’s debut album 'Get Born'…
Jet have revealed details about the recording of their follow-up to last year’s debut album ‘GET BORN’.
The band have also said that they will be playing a “smattering” of dates on the East and West Coasts of the US until December, when they will return to their home-country of Australia for a month’s rest.
The Aussie rockers then plan to start recording their second album, which they say will be “a really stinging slap” in the face.
Drummer Chris Cester told MTV News: “The first [record] was like a punch in the face. The next one is going to be a really stinging slap. Like a really quick slap that you don’t see (coming). I want to make it less bass-y and more annoying. But it’s impossible to know until we walk out with the finished product.”
Bassist Mark Wilson added: “We’ve got more songs that’ll make us ubiquitous. And I’ve got a few ideas, a few things in my head.”
Jet have also revealed plans to release a DVD to keep fans happy until the second album hits the shops.
‘Family Style’ is due out in the US on October 26 and will include an entire concert filmed in London as well as bonus materials featuring never before seen behind-the-scenes tour footage.”
A UK spokesperson is currently unavailable for comment.