Cult rockers the PIXIES are considering plans to record an album of new material.
The Debaser band reunited for a world tour in 2004 and released the single Bam Thwok, but no new album was forthcoming as the group toured the world.
Now, frontman Black Francis tells NME.com he’s up for a return to the studio with former bandmates Kim Deal, Joey Santiago and David Lovering for what would be the first Pixies record since 1991’s Trompe Le Monde.
He says, “It’s just a waiting game right now. Whatever we do in the future is gonna have to be fresh.
“I have to see if the band as a whole wants to go into the recording studio for a new record. That makes sense on some level. For us, there’s gotta be an angle. It can’t be just playing our old songs over and over.”