77 Square recently sat down for an interview with Mike Ness from Social Distortion, who discusses the band’s plans for another record and even says that it could arrive in less than two years. He explains:
“When (sessions for “Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes”) ended we just kind of kept the creativity going. In the past, we’d just shut down and get into tour mode, but this time I kept those doors open and the result was a bunch of new songs. Who knows? We might even put out a new record in less than two years and freak everyone out.”
Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, which had been in the works since 2006, was released ten months ago on Epitaph Records. It follows 2004’s Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll. They recently announced that they will tour again in January, and prior to that, they will be playing this year’s KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas, which takes place next month.
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