Keith Richards: Rolling Stones to record first new album in a decade next year

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Keith Richards says Rolling Stones to record new album next year.

“I was in London last week and the boys and I got together,” Keith told host Jim Kerr in an interview with iHeartRadio ICONS. “And there are now definite plans to record.” “I’m trying to get the Stones into the studio,” he said. “But I don’t quite honestly see it happen this year. The Rolling Stones plan to record a new album next year, the band’s 30th studio set and its first in more than a decade, lead guitarist Keith Richards says.

The resulting album would mark the longest interval – at least 11 years – between new studio sets by the Stones, whose last album of freshly recorded material was the 2005 release “A Bigger Bang”. Okay, boys, that’s agreed.’ Where, when – [we] scratch our heads.” It would be the band’s first album since 2005’s A Bigger Bang, and Richards believes it could happen after the Stones complete their forthcoming South American tour in February. “You never know,” he told Rolling Stone. “We might try to get into the studio before Christmas. Asked in a separate interview posted Wednesday by the rock music and pop culture website The Quietus whether the Stones ever came close to calling it quits as a group, Richards said, “Never … But at the same time, it’s definitely in the works.” Earlier this year, Mick Jagger hinted that the Stones had new material for a potential album. “It would be very nice and I’ve got a lot of new songs and songs I’ve written over the last couple of years,” he said. “I’ve done really good demos for all of them, which I would love to record.

He made headlines recently by saying he’d happily allow his daughters to snort his ashes – a reference to a quote he made in 2007 claiming he had snorted his father’s ashes.

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