It appears that Sleigh Bells are working on making sure they dominate the even-numbered years as their sophomore album is set to drop next year. It will serve as the follow-up to last year's Treats, which still slays if you haven't listened to it lately. And Derek E. Miller and Alexis Krauss spilled (some of) the beans on their new, currently untitled project in an interview with Rolling Stone. Miller said that it's very emotionally heavy, which I assumed meant more of a focus on the lyrics than the speaker-crushing guitars and drums. But Krauss kind of negated that by saying that "it sounds really huge, so there's going to still be tons of volume." Fair enough. Either way, make sure your eardrums are ready.
Watch the whole interview at Rolling Stone.
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