“We’re hoping that the waters are proper…”
The reunited Doves have mentioned the possibilities of them recording and releasing new music collectively.
Having been on hiatus since 2010, the Manchester trio this week introduced their return and first gigs in 9 years – headlining a Teenage Most cancers Belief gig at Royal Albert Corridor, in addition to supporting Noel Gallagher at Heaton Park subsequent summer time.
Nevertheless, it stays to be seen whether or not or not we are able to count on a follow-up to 2009’s acclaimed ‘Kingdom Of Rust‘.
“In the intervening time we’re simply in a room enjoying the outdated tunes,” guitarist Jez Williams instructed Radio X‘s Gordan Sensible. “We’re hoping the waters are proper, the planets are aligned and we get that proper vibe and also you by no means say by no means, however in the meanwhile we’re simply concentrating on enjoying the tunes.”
Nevertheless, Williams did reveal that followers can hopefully count on a number of extra intimate reveals within the run-up to their London gig.
“I’m actually eager to hustle for a few heat ups earlier than we go into the Royal Albert Corridor as a result of, yeah, it’s going to be attention-grabbing,” he added. “Going straight chilly into that, you realize what I imply, I’m going to wish to take a number of pairs of underpants with me!”
Doves carry out at London’s Royal Albert Corridor for Teenage Most cancers Belief on Friday March 29. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday December 7 and will probably be accessible right here.
They’ll then be supporting Noel Gallagher at Manchester’s Heaton Park on Friday June 7. Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday December 7 and will probably be accessible right here.
Doves’ frontman Jimi Goodwin started a solo profession in 2014 together with his first album ‘Odludek’, whereas fellow band members Jez and Andy Williams went on to kind Black Rivers.