Although he's in the thick of promoting his hit debut album, "The World From the Side of the Moon," Phillip Phillips says he's already thinking ahead to album number two. "I'm always writing," he told Billboard recently. "It might be a bad song, but I'm always writing."
Phillips says that his second album should be around sometime next year but noted that he's taking his time. "There's no rush." As of now, he hasn't made any definitive plans to collaborate with anyone on the new material; however, Phillips revealed that he'd love to work with Rob Thomas or Eddie Vedder.
The main thing, according to Philips, is that his health is on track. "I'm healthy -- healthy as a horse… as long as the horse is healthy," he chirped. The Georgia native is gearing up for a two and a half month long tour which kicks off at the end of the month. "I'm playing a bunch of colleges, playing Rock in Rio in September – opening up for John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, and Justin Timberlake -- and have some more stuff planned," he explained.