Legendary ska act The Specials have been talking about recording new material.
The iconic UK band broke up in 1980 after recording only two albums with their original line-up. They reunited in 2008.
Drummer John Bradbury told BBC6 that he felt the band stopped in their prime, and are still yearning to make new music.
Singer Terry Hall agreed that they were 'overworked and couldn't carry on' at the time.
But now, after the huge reaction they got from the reformation, he lamented that they've been playing the same set.
So he suggested that they'd head back into the studio.
He said, 'And we think going forward is a healthy thing to do. We've discussed things that will take us on a slightly different route. It will be different to what we've done, just because it has to be really, because we can't keep doing the same set.'
Hall said of new recordings, 'We need to combine elements of what we've done before with what we've always wanted to do.'