The Gaslight Anthem front man Brian Fallon has discussed the band’s new album in a recent interview.
"A little bit of a return to our older stuff, like The ’59 Sound and a little bit of the Senor and the Queen, that EP we put out. The ’59 Sound is one of those things I’m always chasing to make something as good as [again]. I’m also chasing to leave it alone because it’s perfect the way it is … Guys like Bruce [Spingsteen], and Neil Young, and Bob Dylan, they’ve done something great, and then done something great again that was different. But then you find guys that have not. I don’t want to say anybody’s name because that would be weird, but they’re chasing something that they once were great at. I’m not sure whether we’re on the former or the latter. Our fate has not been told yet."
The band’s latest album "American Slang" was released in 2010 through Side One Dummy Records, and the band was in the country earlier this year as a part of the Soundwave 2011 Festival.