Raveonettes Plan Series of Three EPs For Release This Fall

Raveonettes Plan Series of Three EPs For Release This Fall
Lustful Danes the Raveonettes may be in the midst of a busy summer touring schedule — not to mention preparing for the birth of a child — but that apparently hasn’t stopped them from working on not one but three new EPs. While recently talking to NME, the duo’s male half, Sune Rose Wagner, revealed the plans for the trio of releases, which will contain four tracks each and be released subsequently in September, October and November.

"I've always wanted to record two albums in one year, like the Ramones, and doing three EPs is essentially like recording another album," Wagner said. "I'm working on the first one now and it's totally electronic — no guitars. It should be an interesting one, and Sharin [Foo] will sing the vocals at home."

As we previously reported, Foo is sitting out on the Raveonettes touring activities while she nurtures her little bun in the oven at her home in L.A. In Foo’s place, her sister Louise has stepped up to the plate and joined the band on the road.

"The shows in Denmark went well — I think people are very understanding of our situation," Wagner said of the group’s new live line-up change, adding that fans need not worry their little heads about Sharin leaving the band for good. "I think Sharin will be up for playing shows as soon as possible after she gives birth."