Lou Gramm recently told Rolling Stone that he sent Mick Jones demos for "six or seven songs” that they were working on before Gramm left Foreigner in 2003.
Asked about it during an interview in Toronto last week, Jones said, "I listened to a couple of tracks ... and I definitely heard some ideas in there that are quite valid." But, he adds that the big question is time.
"We've been so busy ... it's pretty exhausting. It's just finding that time when you can take a week somewhere, and even five or six days, just to get together and try and think back to where we were heading with the ideas."
Foreigner's last studio album with Gramm was Mr. Moonlight in 1994.
Jones and Gramm were in Toronto for the premiere of the Foreigner musical, Jukebox Hero.