- 19 Jul 16
To mark their 20th anniversary, Stereophonics is planning to release a new album next year.
Frontman Kelly Jones confirmed that the band is at the finishing stages with their 10th studio album.
The collection will follow the band's 2015 release 'Keep the Village Alive,' and unlike most other bands, who usually focus on their greatest hits in anniversary records, Jones wants to look toward the future of the band instead.
In an interview, Jones stated that Stereophonics would begin mixing their new album after their current tour ends on September 6.
The band's debut LP, called 'Word Gets Around,' was released in 1997, but it was their next album 'Performance and Cocktails' that really put them on the map, which was released two years later in 1999.
Jones is confident that the 20th anniversary collection will drop by summer of next year.