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Scissor Sisters: We're releasing a new album in 2012
The band posted a message using the social networking site Facebook to tell their army of followers what they had in store for them.
The message read: "We hope you are having a great Christmas and looking forward to a very exciting 2012 filled with new music, shows, and surprises. One such surprise is coming your way sooner than you thought!"
They said that for most part, 2011 had seen them locked up in the studio, which they were extremely proud of.
"Because you've been such good boys and girls, we'll be kicking off 2012 with a sneak peek of a new song to whet your appetite for what's to come."
Scissor Sisters are known for making some of the catchiest pop music in recent times and everyone is already talking about what kind of sound the new record will have.
It's likely to be a return to their roots – frontman Jack Shears said earlier this year that they were looking to produce something similar to their older stuff.
Posted by SRPosted on 29 Dec 2011 12:19 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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