Even though Kings of Leon continue to tour in the wake of 2008's platinum "Only By Night," the group is planning a couple of new projects for the fall -- and is starting to focus on its next album.
Though both are untitled and unscheduled at the moment, the quartet plans to release a live DVD and a remix album in the coming months. The former was filmed at London's O2 Arena in July, an appropriate locale since, as drummer Nathan Followill tells Billboard.com, "England is really the first place we broke...We figured what better place to make a live DVD than where the fans have been the craziest for the longest?" The show featured some choice rarities, and Followill says "we just put the cameras in the back of our minds and acted like they weren't even there."
Even more exciting, however, is a remix album that came to life after Kings of Leon learned that other artists such as Justin Timberlake and Pharrell had started working on revisions of the band's songs. Mark Ronson, Kenna, Lykke Li and Linkin Park are also contributing remixes, according to Followill.