The Welsh frontman told Radio X's Chris Moyles what to expect from their new LP, as the band shared its new artwork on Twitter.
Debut album Word Gets Around (1997) was an instant success, with tracks like A Thousand Trees, Traffic, Local Boy In The Photograph and More Life In A Tramp’s Vest that perfectly encapsulated the concerns of the post-Britpop generation. Originally the trio of Jones, Richard Jones on bass (no relation) and Stuart Cable on drums, the line-up only changed when Cable left the band in acrimonius circumstances in 2003.
Over the years that followed, Stereophonics proceeded to release a string of albums (Performance And Cocktails, Just Enough Education To Perform, You Gotta Go There To Come Back, Language, Sex, Violence, Other?, Pull The Pin, Keep Calm & Carry On, Graffiti On The Train), headline Glastonbury festival, pick up a few Grammys, tour all over the world and even play Cardiff Castle.
Watch as the Welsh rocker tells Radio X's Chris Moyles why the band "don't really make albums anymore".
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