The Icelandic pop group behind hits like 'Little Talks' and 'Dirty Paws' to start on new album soon.
Of Monsters and Men, the endearing Icelandic pop group, has been touring extensively this year in support of their impressive debut album 'My Head Is An Animal.' At Glastonbury, the band said that life on the road will prevent them from writing new songs, let alone getting back in the studio to record, until the end of the summer.
"We have a lot of ideas," Ragnar 'Raggi' Þórhallsson, the band's frontman, told Gigwise. "We're not finding time to get it together and write it on the road, there's no privacy. After August, when we stop touring, we'll get together and do our thing."
In the mean time, Of Monsters and Men will tour Australia and Europe, hitting major festivals like the Montreux Jazz Festival and Splendour in the Grass. See their performance of 'Little Talks' at Glastonbury below: