Wolfmother discuss second album

The band ‘have a lot more to say’

Wolfmother have been putting together ideas for their second album.

Although, the follow-up to their self titled debut is still in its early stages, frontman Andrew Stockdale has already been looking ahead.

“I couldn’t describe the music to you, but I do have ideas in my mind,” he explained. “It’s easy to do shows and be entertaining, but when it comes time to create something, it’s like what do you want to say? And sometimes that can be an arduous process.


“I just know I don’t want this album to be what we’re all about. I feel like we’ve got a lot more to say.”

Stockdale added that he was interested in collaborating with other artists and producers.

“I think it’d be refreshing in some ways to see what other people are doing,” he told MTV NEws.

As previously reported by NME.COM, the band playing the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals between August 25- 27.


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