Back in February, it surfaced that electronicore band I See Stars were working on a new album. Though it was never officially announced by the band, it was revealed that I See Stars were indeed working on a new record. While there’s no set release for it just yet, it appears likely to see a release this year – and now we have a timeline narrowed down, to an extent.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL HOOOOLY SHIT EVERYONE ITS DONE ITS FUCKING DONEE pic.twitter.com/n99j01dzEJ
— Jade ⚧ ? (@jadethedoob) April 19, 2021
Now, according to Nick Scott’s Instagram – and perceptive Twitter users – the band’s new album is done being recorded. Notably, Luke Holland (who also drummed on Treehouse) will be behind the kit, and production is being handled by David Bendeth.
Just remember I See Stars are releasing a new album soon and all will be right in the world
— Tom Kiely (@TomKiely_) April 18, 2021
It’s safe to say much of the music community is excited, and why not? The band have only gotten better with age, and while it’s been five years since the band released Treehouse, they’re a pretty popular and successful act. Watch this space.