Kings of Leon start work on seventh album
The rockers will record their latest collection inside a 174-year-old house in Nashville.
How’s this for good news for Kings of Leon fans of a Tuesday morning? Kings of Leon have confirmed that work on their seventh LP is underway. Much like Mechanical Bull, the record is being recording in a near two-century old Nashville house, and hope that some of the house’s atmosphere will bleed into their music.
Speaking to Sirius XM Music, singer Caleb Followill explained further: “It’s a really rad place and I think we can do something cool with it. And you know if we go in there and it sounds like sh*t, we can just go across the street to out [other] studio.
When might there be a release date for their eventual new material? Well, don’t hold your breath.
“Record number seven, most people take like five years to make that or something”, Followill continued. “We’re still in out very early stages of our five-year plan for this next record.”