It’s been over a decade since Fleetwood Mac released an album.
2003 to be exact, when the band dropped Say You Will.
Now it looks like the music drought for Fleewood Mac will be over quite soon, according to Christine McVie.
“We cut seven songs in the studio already for the start of a brand-new studio album, which we did probably nearer two years ago,” McVie said in an interview with Rolling Stone. “We shelved that temporarily and then went on the road and did the  tour.”
McVie thinks the band will return to the studio next month to finish it off, with or without Stevie Nicks.
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“Stevie hasn’t participated yet, but hope springs eternal. She’s going on a solo tour at the moment. But Lindsey [Buckingham] and I, we have plenty of songs,” said McVie. “We’re going to carry on and try to finish the record. And then maybe if Stevie doesn’t want to be part of that then we can go out and just do some smaller concerts.”
The hope is to release this as-yet-to-be-named album sometime in 2017, according to McVie. As for support, there’s talk of a world tour for Fleetwood Mac in the near future, hopefully also with Stevie Nicks.