The Long Blondes start work on second album

Band announce collaboration with DJ for new record

The Long Blondes have started work on their second album.

The band are currently recording the untitled album at Miloco Studios in London with DJ-turned-producer Erol Alkan.

“It’s amazing, we’re developing all these new songs with a completely different process from making the first album, because not everything was set in stone when we came into the studio,” frontwoman Kate Jackson told NME.COM. “We’re all excited about being creative again after so long on tour with the first record.”


So far the band have worked on the following tracks – ‘Nostalgia’, ‘Here Comes The Serious Bit’ and ‘Guilt’.

The album is expected to be released in 2008.


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