Jimmy Eat World have finished work on their new album, according to drummer Zach Lind.
Posting on his personal Twitter account over the weekend, the Jimmy Eat World sticksman revealed that the upcoming record has been mixed and mastered, before adding “holy shit” for good measure.
The band’s next album will be their tenth full-length, and the follow-up to 2016’s 4K-rated Integrity Blues.
Album mixed & mastered holy shit.— Zach Lind (@zlind76) May 18, 2019
Following the news from Zach, he answered a fan question asking for his favourite JEW album. While not being able to pick a definitive top spot, he says Clarity, Bleed American and Futures are all up there for him.
The revelation of the new album’s completion comes almost exactly one year after the band dropped two surprise singles – Love Never and half heart.
Jimmy Eat World have recently been announced as main support for You Me At Six at this year’s Gunnersville festival in London on September 8.
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