The Who's New Album May Be "Best Since Quadrophenia"

As The Who continue work on what will be their 12th Studio album (and first since Endless Wire in 2006) front man Roger Daltrey has revealed to fans that this may be "“.... our best album since Quadrophenia,”.

A bold statement indeed. Sessions for the new record didn't start out that way. Word from Townshend early on was that he had sent Daltrey 15 demos for new songs and received nothing in response. The singer felt Pete had what would make for a great, solo record but said he came around on it. The idea of making it a new Who album became clear after he was given "complete melodic freedom." No release date has been given for the new album, but the band hits the road on their "Moving On" tour with a full orchestra.

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