Chevelle will have a pretty busy summer thanks to their co-headlining tour alongside Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin, but that doesn’t mean they’ll spend the next few weeks doing nothing. The band is ready to go back to the studio, and work on a new album before hitting the road.
Chevelle recently performed at Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival and revealed what they have in store in the next few months while chatting with the 99.7 The Blitz host Ronni Hunter.
“It’s been about a year-and-a-half of writing. And we’ve only played 13 shows in a year and a half. We kind of have been in lockdown. We’re gonna work for three weeks and then pass out and then see how much we get done in that time,” joked lead vocalist Pete Loeffler.
The band’s drummer Sam Loeffler added they’ve worked on 18 new tracks so far. He expects only 10 of them will make it to the finished release, which still doesn’t have a title or a release date.