At The Drive-In talk future plans, which could involve new material
Following our look at At The Drive-In's comeback at Austin’s Red 7 venue last night, which involves fan footage (view here) - FACT have pointed us to an interview LA Weekly did with the group, which is based around why they decided to get back together and what the future has in store for them.
"The most exciting part to me is that there’s not a firm ending to this band. This isn’t the sort of thing where we’re taking advantage of the reunion status and going and doing as many festivals as we can. We’re doing this very slowly and we literally don’t know what’s going to happen," says Jim Ward.
Not only that, but they've managed to claw back the masters for Relationship Of Command, which means a reissue on their label (Twenty-first Chapter) is on the cards.
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