According to an article posted June 15 at NME.com, the veteran Stones guitarist believes that the “The World’s Greatest Rock N’ Roll Band” is playing better than ever and need to find “gaps” in their highly successful 50 and Counting world tour to get back into the recording studio.
Discussing The Stone’s recent tour in an interview with Boston radio station WZLX, the veteran rocker says, "We're playing better than ever. The shows are the best we've ever done. These shows have proved to be a kick in the pants for us. Not only can we do it, we're better than ever."
Regarding the possibility of new material, Wood adds, "Well it takes so much time and effort to take this thing back on the road. We've got the big wheels rolling now - we've just got to find the gaps to record."
The Stones have released only two new songs, “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot” since recording their last studio album, 2005’s “A Bigger Bang.”
See The Rolling Stones official website for more details.
Did you know? The Rolling Stones and the BBC are currently in negotiations to air their upcoming live performance at Glastonbury festival, which will take place June 29.