The members of Train recently wrapped what guitarist Jimmy Stafford calls by far the band’s “biggest tour” — and they’re already back to work.
Stafford, frontman Pat Monahan and drummer Scott Underwood have started writing songs for a new album, the follow-up to 2012’s “California 37.”
“A lot of songwriting is being done and I think most of the album is ready to go record. I think the plan is to just keep writing through the holiday and then start recording in January,” Stafford told CBSNews.com.
Train hopes to release its seventh studio effort by summer 2014. Although several songs are already near completion, the music will definitely be reworked in the coming months.