Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes Head To Louisiana To Record Sophomore Disc

    Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes made a big splash on its debut disc Up From Below, but given that the band is a loose collective of ten pseudo-hippies who drive around in a school bus, fans weren’t exactly holding their breath for a follow-up. It turns out, however, the band can get it together to record again, if the place they are recording is called Studio in the Country in rural Louisiana. The band has already adopted three stray dogs and a cat from the area, and is taking an approach to making the album that considers ideas from all members of the band. This one is definitely happening, but let’s not consider it fast-tracked for a spring release just yet. [Spinner]