In the time since Gomez’s third album, ‘In Our Gun’, released just over a year ago, the new songs have had to wait. The pragmatic group got the hammers and nails out to build their own recording studio, which they needed to cut down recording costs, given their tendency to record and record and record. “We don’t have to have the next record finished until October, and we’ve recorded somewhere in the region of 30 tracks in the last month or so. The only question is what happens between now and October,” singer/guitarist Ian Ball tells Cincinnati CityBeat . “I think we’re going to have 50 tracks before we get to choosing what’s on the album. We’ll just keep going because you never know what’s going to happen. It’s going very quickly, which is always a good sign.” Citybeat.com has since removed the article.
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