Phish Is Planning To Debut New Material On The Road This Summer

first_imgBy now, most Phish fans know that the group spent the winter months working on a new studio album in Nashville. The quartet had debuted a number of new songs on the road throughout 2015, including catchy tunes like “Blaze On” and “No Men In No Man’s Land.” According to a new report in Rolling Stone, we may soon hear even more new material on the road.What Songs Could Make It Onto Phish’s Newly-Announced Studio Project?In a summer tour highlights article, Anastasio talks about how energized he’s been after Fare Thee Well and Phish’s 2015 tour dates. “By New Year’s, I just felt so loose… It reminds me of 1994, 1995. I kinda miss that.” He continues, saying “Maybe it has something to do with the fact that we all turned 50, but there’s a patience and a desire to really hear what the other band members have to say.”The brief profile also reads: ” Phish took that energy into the studio all winter, recording songs Anastasio expects to debut on the road.” New Phish music! We’re guessing a formal announcement of the band’s 13th studio album isn’t too far off.Read the profile below:Last summer, Trey Anastasio joined the Grateful Dead for their Fare Thee Well concerts before spending the rest of the year on the road with Phish. “By New Year’s, I just felt so loose,” he says. “It reminds me of 1994, 1995. I kinda miss that.” Phish took that energy into the studio all winter, recording songs Anastasio expects to debut on the road. “We’re firing on all cylinders,” says Anastasio. “Maybe it has something to do with the fact that we all turned 50, but there’s a patience and a desire to really hear what the other band members have to say.”[H/T JamBase]last_img

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