Robert Plant On Sensational Space Shifters Debut
The band reportedly have nine songs ready so far.
The Led Zep frontman has revealed his new band Sensational Space Shifters have been busy recordings in Peter Gabriel’s studio.
He told The Pulse Of Radio in The States:
"We've been in the studio… We've got nine tracks already… We've been going into the studio with little filigrees of ideas that have popped up while we've been touring. 'Led Zeppelin II' was created entirely on the road, and I think that's kind of been going on here, too."
When pressed on what the record mightbe called, Plant added:
"Do I have a prospective title for the album? I've got a hundred titles. I'll just pull one out from my book. It says here 'Ramshackle'. But it also says 'Slant', which I quite like. 'Help Is On The Way'. That's a good title! I've got a book, but it's out in my writing room. It's just a bit of a barn where I can go when the grandchildren attack. I've got loads and loads of lyric books, and I'm going to have them burned when I die so nobody knows who I was talking about."
There's no set release date yet, but it's expected to be this Spring.