The Ting Tings have started work on the follow up to their second album 'Sounds from Nowheresville' already.
The Ting Tings have started work on their third album.
Despite only releasing their second record, 'Sounds from Nowheresville', in February, the group have already begun writing tracks for a new album in Ibiza.
The duo - Katie White and Jules De Martino - tweeted earlier today (15.11.12): ''Album 3 Ibiza.. off tour for about 2 months now - tonight we stopped writing & cranked up live! 5 hours just flew by. #GarageR&Rbliss Kx (sic).''
The group have been stationed on the Spanish island for over a month, and appear to have been hard at work throughout.
A fan recently asked ''new video soon?? WHEN?? (sic)'' on Twitter, to which Katie replied: ''A few months yet..Just starting it! Brain energy happening! (sic).''
A few days later Jules added: ''IBIZA; mostly in studio tho last fridays amazing fish 'n chips with sea views was @ babylon thx to Vaughan. All about discovery!(sic).''
The 'That's Not My Name' rockers also hinted they could embark on a low key tour of some smaller venues next year, with Katie writing: ''Maybe we should do a garage tour in 2013? All sorts? Now sleep.''
Katie has previously said she wants to keep writing and releasing albums in quick succession, saying: ''I'd like to make more albums very quickly, just little concepts, like, 'Let's write a country album and spend a month on it and put it out.'''
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