The Subways are already working hard on their second album.
The garage rockers revealed their plans to head into the studio as soon as possible to record the follow-up to this year’s debut album ‘Young For Eternity’.
Singer Billy Lunn told NME.COM: “We’re looking at working with all sorts of producers for the second record because each song has got its own personality. We really want to emphasise that by working with a different person on each track. It’s an interesting idea and it might not work out but fuck it!”
The band are currently in the middle of a mammoth UK tour which comes to an end next week with dates in Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (November 10) and Reading University(11).