Debbie Harry is looking forward to the next Blondie album. The group’s last album was ‘Pollinator’ back in 2017.
The band has a couple of archival releases in the works for this year in addition to making plans for an all-new studio album.
Debbie told NME that the group is looking to reunite with producer John Congleton, who worked with them on the ‘Pollinator’ album. She said that that “we’re in the process of setting up a period of time to lay down some tracks and rehearse. We’re already looking at 10 to 12 songs, but it feels too early to talk about it."
Blondie will release the EP ‘Vivir En La Habana’ on July 16th as a companion to their 2019 film tribute to Cuba. ‘Blondie 1974-1982: Against the Odds’ is a box set that will follow soon thereafter.
Debbie said that she did a lot of "re-discovering the things you move on [from] and forget about" for the project but adds, “It’s not my nature to live in the past -- I’m always looking for the next step."
[Source: Classic Hits Today]