Joey Cape announces plans for a new LAGWAGON album

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In his latest interview, Joey Cape revealed that his band LAGWAGON will begin work on what will be their first studio album in almost a decade.


He states:

We take a long time to make records, but we have been touring this whole year to support that box set, and all the old stuff is really riffy. Honestly like doing that all year has kind of awakened something in me. Two months ago we were on tour in Europe and I woke up one day and was like “I got it, I know what to do!” and started writing. I have written a whole bunch of stuff, and basically we’re waiting to finish out this tour and then the Australia tour, and after that we’re gonna get in a room together. I’ve already talked to the other guys in the band about what we’re gonna do.

LAGWAGON have been touring sporadically over the years, but haven’t released a full-length since “Resolve” in 2005. Their most recent releases are the EP “I Think My Older Brother Used to Listen to Lagwagon“, which came in 2008, and the box-set “Putting Music in Its Place“, which came out last year.

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