B.R.M.C. Back in the Studio This Month





San Francisco-via-Los Angeles' shaggy haired rockers B.R.M.C. will begin recording the follow up to their acclaimed, self titled debut this month in London. Bandmember Robert Turner told NME that some of the songs the band has been playing live as of late will likely make their way to the as-yet-untitled sophomore album. He said, "We've played some of the songs live. There's a song called "Stop," one called "US Government," there's "Shade of Blue," "We're All in Love," and "High/Low." The band is currently shopping around for studios in the London area, one of which is Toe Rag, where the White Stripes have been recording the follow-up to White Blood Cells. We'll keep you up to date as Turner makes up some more song titles.




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B.R.M.C. Back in the Studio This Month