Talking in a new interview with NME, the frontman was requested whether or not his latest ‘No Enjoyable Mondays’ covers sequence has influenced the rest he’s been engaged on.
“I’ve been writing loads,” he defined. “I’m all the time placing one thing collectively, whether or not it’s a full demo in my small studio or simply some voice notes on my telephone.
“The beauty of that is that if I ever really feel creatively blocked, I can simply do a canopy – simply to maintain the momentum going.”
Armstrong additionally talked in regards to the potential of placing out a brand new Inexperienced Day album, despite the fact that the band solely launched their 13th studio album, ‘Father Of All Motherfuckers‘, in February.
“It’s potential,” he stated. “Whether or not we do a full-length album or an EP or only a music, now we have a variety of totally different choices. It’s a matter of every time the appropriate second occurs.
“That’s the fantastic thing about the way in which you possibly can put music out as of late. You don’t have to attend for any gatekeeper to let you know that the timing is correct.”
He continued: “With the brand new stuff that I’m writing, I don’t know – a variety of it’s sort of extra self-deprecating and humorous. Not that I’m doing a comedy file or something. On one hand it feels autobiographical and humorous, however on the opposite once you take a look at it you possibly can put a social commentary twist to it.”
The trio have long denied being behind The Network, who launched their debut album ‘Cash Cash 2020’ again in 2003.
After releasing the song ‘We Told You So’ earlier this month as a preview of their comeback album ‘Cash Cash 2020 Half II: Advised Ya So!’, which is about to reach on December 4, The Community launched the ‘Trans Am’ EP on Friday (November 20).