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Karen O is "ready to make some music" with Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“It feels like time to have something new out there,” she explains.
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Published: 8:18 am, February 19, 2020 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Karen O is "ready to make some music" with Yeah Yeah Yeahs

It looks like new music may be on the way from Yeah Yeah Yeahs before too long.

The band reformed in 2017 after a hiatus, releasing a deluxe remaster of debut album 'Fever To Tell' and taking to the road for a series of shows, including an appearance at the first ever edition of London's All Points East festival.

With more shows planned in for 2020, Karen O explained that she feels "ready to make some music" with her band again. Speaking to Australian radio station double j, she explains that she does "not know" if there'll be new material ready for their just announced slot at this year's Splendour in the Grass festival.

“It feels like time to have something new out there. But that’s yet to happen, so we’ll see how this year goes,” she adds.

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