The Streets are back and are working on new music, vocalist Mike Skinner has revealed.
Theyre coming back with a bang.
The hip-hop group who took a break from releasing new music from 2011 to 2017, reportedly has a new track ready for release, and will be working on a new album, as well as playing some festivals.
Mike also told Q Magazine that hed worked with artists Chip and Grim Sickers on a song called Call Me In The Morning.
Mentioning his upcoming film (which is inspired by Dawsons Creek), he said: Im going to be releasing more music as and when I feel inspired in the lead-up to the film.
Ive got a track that will be out by the time this runs, I think, Called Call Me In The Morning with Chip and Grim Sickers, which is really good. And Im planning a mixtape during 2019, as well as getting back into the swing of festivals.
Then Im going to make my film, release my album and after that were going to buy the West End off Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Sounds like a plan.
The film, titled The Darker The Shadow, The Brighter The Light, is set to be a farce about guys and girls getting into trouble in a club.
Earlier this year, the group dropped their singles Boys Will Be Boys, You Are Not The Voice In Your Head, and If You Ever Need to Talk Im Here ahead of their reunion tour.
Following the reunion, the boys decided they werent done yet, confirming a 2019 tour.
They announced six dates around the UK, including two at Londons O2 Academy Brixton.
At the time, fans were told to expect the greatest hits, rather than new music, from an extensive back catalogue which includes the albums The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living, A Grand Dont Come For Free and Original Pirate Material.
Although Mike previously said that he missed tour buses very much, it was more nostalgia that brought him back to the group.
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I have been living with music since making The Streets for nearly as long as I made The Streets, he said.
He added: Im not the guy smoking in the car anymore though, I have become the guy in the club, so I hope I will be excused for putting on after parties in nightclubs after every show.
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