www.411mania.com
|  News |  Album Reviews |  Columns |  News Report |  Hall Of Fame |
SPOTLIGHTS  SPOTLIGHTS
MOVIES/TV
// Top 5 Women Who Deserve Comic Book Movies
MUSIC
// Rihanna Tweets a Risque Pic in Sheer Pants
WRESTLING
// Roman Reigns Not Likely to Face Brock Lesnar Right After Night of Champions
MMA
// 411's MMA Roundtable Preview - UFC Fight Nights 48 & 49
GAMES
// 411 Games Top 5: Top 5 Blizzard Games


CD REVIEWS  CD REVIEWS
//  Wiz Khalifa - Blacc Hollywood Review [2]
//  Wiz Khalifa - Blacc Hollywood Review
//  The Gaslight Anthem - Get Hurt Review
//  Godsmack - 1000hp Review
//  Shabazz Palaces - Lese Majesty Review
//  Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hypnotic Eye Review
 HOT ARTISTS
//  Kanye West
//  Rihanna
//  Nicki Minaj
//  Lil Wayne
//  Lady GaGa
SYNDICATE  SYNDICATE



411mania RSS Feeds





Follow 411mania on Twitter!




Add 411 On Facebook
 


 
 411mania » Music » News

Advertisement
Vampire Weekend Confirm Third Album in the Works
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 01.21.2013



Vampire Weekend have confirmed that they are finishing up their upcoming third album, which will hit stores in the spring. The band spoke to NME about the album, which will be the first since 2010's Contra.

"Making every record is a process full of tough times" singer/guitarist Ezra Keonig said. "Invariably that's how it is for us. When we started to work a few days a week and really pick things up we immediately had maybe two or three songs that we thought were perfect for this record, a new vibe, quality songwriting. We felt great about them for two or three months, but then after a while you realize, 'OK, we have two or three great songs and we need 11 or 12'."

He continued, "Then the depression sets in. You don't want to have three great songs and then write nine shitty ones. It's like the bar keeps getting higher and higher and there's all these moments where you feel like you have no idea what to do…For our third record it's only getting harder, but that kinda feels like how it should be."

Keonig also discussed working with producer Ariel Rechtshaid, saying, "to bring somebody new in definitely changed the dynamic. After two albums of doing everything ourselves, we're very lucky that we found somebody who, personality-wise and vibe-wise, almost felt like they could be a member of the band."





MUST-READ 411 STORIES:

The Sexy Women of Sin City

5 Females Who Deserve Comic Movies

Top 5 Blizzard Video Games


comments powered by Disqus





www.41mania.com
Copyright (c) 2011 411mania.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
Click here for our privacy policy. Please help us serve you better, fill out our survey.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to our terms of use.