Wolf Alice appear to be recording their second album after posting a series of pictures and videos of themselves back in the studio.
Following a US tour in support of the Grammy-nominated ‘My Love Is Cool’, the North London band have been keeping fans updated through their Twitter and Instagram accounts.
First, the band informed American fans that they would be back with some new music next year, then came a tweet showing guitars, a keyboard and mixing desk. The band later uploaded a video of drummer Joel Amey playing the keyboard. See below.
Thanks Chicago and thanks America we will be back next year with some new tunes xxx pic.twitter.com/IesU5hBWER
— Wolf Alice (@wolfalicemusic) July 31, 2016
Them socks. pic.twitter.com/ThezrXn2Iu
— Wolf Alice (@wolfalicemusic) August 3, 2016
Wolf Alice recently told NME that their albums are likely to always be “confused” as they want their music to remain eclectic.
Speaking to NME before their show at Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time festival last month (July 8), the band said early signs for their second album are “positive”.
Guitarist Joff Oddie said: “We’ve made a positive start, but the new songs are at too formative a stage to have figured out any themes yet. It’s Wolf Alice, so it’s always going to be confused – stylistically, we’re typically all over the place.”
Oddie added: “We haven’t got a big mantra of where we want to take our sound, because we always let the explorative nature of being in the studio shape where the songs take us. But we want to be able to enjoy playing the new songs live, which lends itself to faster-paced songs. But that’s yet to be proven.”