The Coral speak about new album

Band nearly finished after 'Noel Gallagher' sessions

The Coral are close to releasing their new record, guitarist Bill Ryder-Jones has confirmed.

The star used the band’s label Deltasonic RecordsMySpace site to update fans.

Speaking of the band’s future plans he explained: “We’re just ending the album process with a few of us off to New York next week for ‘mastering’, then if all goes to plan then the latest long player from The Coral should be in your grubby little hands very soon.”

The band have spent just over two months in Noel Gallagher’s Wheeler End studio, and have said to expect “Zappa sharing a jazz omelette with Gnarls Barkley” on the follow-up to 2005’s ‘The Invisible Invasion’.

Ryder-Jones also added the band plan to make a return to the live circuit very soon.