Just like many other artists, Bad Religion had to put their tour on hold this year and used the free time on their hands to write some new material. Greg Graffin recently revealed they have “a string” of new singles coming our way very soon.
The frontman of the legendary punk rock band discussed their new music during a recent interview with New York’s Q104.3. He revealed they were never able to spend a lot of time in the studio while touring, and quarantine allowed them to go back to working on new material.
“The idea of a band getting together after a concert, getting on a bus and just writing music, in our experience, that just doesn’t happen. Good writing is really a time of reflection, and it happens at times like these,” explained Graffin.
Bad Religion is yet to tease the follow-up to their 2019 album Age of Unreason, but it’s safe to expect it will feature the songs they’re working on right now. In addition to writing and recording new music, members of this punk band are planning to go back to touring alongside Suicidal Tendencies, Millencolin, and Pulley in spring 2021.