The Big Pink to return to Jimi Hendrix’s New York studio to record second album

Band to record album in month-long session

The Big Pink have said that they will return to New York‘s Electric Lady studios shortly to record their second album during a month-long session.

The band recorded last year’s debut ‘A Brief History Of Love’ at the studios established by Jimi Hendrix in 1970, and have now said that they want its follow-up out by September.

“Everything’s written and ready to go, we just need to take it to a bigger studio than ours,” band member Milo Cordell told BBC 6music. “We’re going to record in New York, in Jimi Hendrix‘s old studio Electric Lady, for a month and just nail it.”


He added: “We’re constantly thinking about it [the album]. Every day. What was so much fun about writing the first record was working out what was going to influence us and not knowing. We didn’t really know what we were doing. We didn’t even know we were writing ‘a record’.”

The Big Pink recently played at Brighton’s Great Escape Festival, where their set was cut short.