Absolute Radio caught up with Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend recently at a press event inside Wembley Stadium. They revealed that the new studio album (the band's first since 2006's Endless Wire) is about "two-thirds" of the way done and even got into some of the subject matter. In the interview (below) Daltrey says:
"some good songs that focus on current themes, including "homelessness…the fishing industry [and] the way that men might have to change in the future…after the 'Me Too' thing."
There also seems to be mention of a few guest stars joining them on these new sessions. When asked about their decision to take an Orchestra with them on the road this year for their "Moving On!" Tour, the Brit Icons say previous productions of Tommy convinced them it would "give the music it's best possible chance to be elevated to a new position." Watch the interview in its entirety below.
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