Rocker Pete Townshend is plotting to workers up with Roger Daltrey after lockdown for a brand new The Who album.
The guitarist, 75, is working in his dwelling studio and “wants to present one other” file if or now not it is priceless financially, insisting streaming earnings is “a joke”.
“There’s pages and pages of draft lyrics,” he acknowledged, stories Britain’s Day-to-day Deem newspaper. “If the 2d comes, I’ll stir in and originate.”
The band released its 12th studio album, Who, in 2019 to principal acclaim, nevertheless the star admits he and frontman Daltrey, 76, “only appropriate about got it finished” attributable to their differing views.
“We’re very various – politically, socially, spiritually, in every respect,” he added. “Nevertheless we occur to be on this band together.”
Amid the pandemic, the My Expertise hit makers were compelled to rupture beforehand-postponed plans to tour the U.Ample. and Ireland. The musicians had firstly rescheduled the March 2020 dates for this year, nevertheless ongoing coronavirus considerations introduced on them to ditch the reveals altogether to steer clear of presumably having to rebook the gigs over yet again.