The Kings Of Leon look to be getting ready to start the process of writing their next album after a recent interview with drummer Nathan Followill revealed that the group had reconciled their problems from last year and will “probably start kicking around” some new ideas.
“We’re going to spend the next few months getting that [a new studio] up and running; kind of make it our little clubhouse to get there and just kind of goof off whenever we want to. But, I’d say within the next six months, we’ll probably start kicking some stuff around.”
The group were forced to cancel shows last year after frontman Caleb Followill stormed offstage in Dallas claiming he was exhausted, and rumours that they he was being forced to go to rehab.
“Over the holidays, [you] break some bread, have some turkey, everyone makes up, I don’t think it was as big as people thought it was, but the press machine takes it and runs with it.”
The band’s fifth studio album Come Around Sundown was released in October 2010.