Now that long-absent Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie is apparently back in the fold, the legendary group are reportedly planning to take their reunion to the next level by recording a new full-length.
Mick Fleetwood, who previously revealed that McVie was back in the group, told Maui News [via Fleetwood Mac News] that a new album is in the works. According to him, McVie has written new songs and the entire band will begin recording together in March.
He said that a tour with McVie and the rest of the group will begin in the fall.
Assuming that this all comes to pass, this will be Fleetwood Mac's first album in more than a decade, following 2003's Say You Will. It's not too much of a surprise to learn that they're planning a new one, since they released their Extended Play EP last year.