Midnight Oil may be heading back into the studio to work on new music, according to guitarist Jim Moginie.
The band haven’t made a record since 2002’s Capricornia, but Moginie says he’s open to start making new Midnight Oil music.
“Making noise again with the lads was good,” he told AAP.
“I think we’re all around. We’re all still playing. We’re all still doing things together, I don’t see why we shouldn’t [make new music] if we’ve got something to say.”
He concluded by he was “really open” to making new music adding, “never say never”.
Frontman Peter Garrett also echoed those sentiments this week, telling News Limited, “I think we owe it to ourselves to see if we can make new music.”
Midnight Oil haven’t really had any time to hop into the studio yet. They spent much of last year touring the world, wrapping it up in Australia at the very end of 2017.
They don’t have any more tour dates planned right now, so hopefully that gives them an opportunity to dive into making new music.
Until they do, fans can look forward to the career-spanning documentary Midnight Oil 1984 hitting cinemas in May.