New York rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs are hoping to have their second Interscope album mixed and mastered by next month.
New York rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs are hoping to have their second Interscope album mixed and mastered by next month, according to a post from frontwoman Karen O on the fan site Yeah Yeah Yeahs Bang.
"There is no record title yet and we've been busy getting our new Web site and merch store up," she wrote of the set, which is being mixed in London by Alan Moulder and group member Nick Zinner and is expected to be released in the spring. "Everything should start coming to place and revealing itself in the fall and winter months of this year."
The vocalist added that "songs to be included on the new album include 'Cheated Hearts' and 'Honey Bear.' All the rest are new tracks. Some older tracks such as 'Down Boy,' [may be] used in a special EP but only MAYBE."
The set will be the follow-up to 2003's "Fever To Tell," which peaked at No. 55 on The Billboard 200. It spawned the single "Maps," which reached No. 9 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart.
As previously reported, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will curate performances next May as part of the U.K.'s All Tomorrow's Parties festival.