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One Question Interviews: Drunktank

Ray (Drunktank)

SPB: You took time to write this second album. What are your plans for the near future (or to put it bluntly: are you planning on working a third album soon)? 

Ray: At the moment we are really happily promoting our latest release, Return of The Infamous Four. We're playing shows, festivals, doing some tours and we have two more video's coming out. We keep promoting this album until the end of 2020.

But, at the same time, we already have some ideas for a new record too! So during this period songs will be written, but writing a new album is not our main goal right now. We'll probably start focusing on that in 2021. We are really happy that people are already asking about a new record and that they are wanting more.


Words by Dennis on Jan. 3, 2020, 8:33 p.m.

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