Taylor Momsen Gives A New Update On New Pretty Reckless Album

Taylor Momsen updated the Pretty Reckless fans about the band’s upcoming album.

In a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk, the singer detailed the writing and recording process for the group’s fifth album:

“I don’t have [release] dates for you, but we booked — we’ve locked up the studio for eight months. It takes us a while to make a record. But it was going amazingly [before we paused the sessions in order to hit the road]. Hopefully, when we pick back up in September, it’ll be the same kind of flow and everything will just jell. But a lot of it’s written.”

There Will Be More Songs

She revealed they need time to work more on it:

“I’m sure that more will be written when these experiences happen and then new songs [arise] out of them. So I’m sure that there’ll be some more songs coming. But I don’t have dates. But it was going great, and we had just started; we really haven’t started at all, but there’s written stuff. So that’s a start, I guess. But as far as recording, we hadn’t really gotten into it yet.”

Previous Updates On The New Album

At the beginning of this year, Taylor posted on Instagram and shared her workout routine to get ready for recording a new album. She included several photos from her workouts and wrote:

“Getting ready to rock 2024. Next stop, recording studio.”

The Pretty Reckless had already started to work on their new record about a year ago. In May 2023, Momsen joined an interview with Ronni Hunter from 99.7 The Blitz radio at the Sonic Temple festival in Columbus, Ohio, and stated:

“We’re in a great headspace. We’re just having fun with it and wrapping up the tour cycle of ‘Death By Rock And Roll’ with the last few shows. We’re going out with [the Foo Fighters] in June, which I’m so stoked about. And then new record — and it’s next chapter. We’ve already kind of started it… We’ve gotten into a studio; we’ve stepped foot into a studio. So that’s saying something for us.”

The band will be the openers for AC/DC on their upcoming Power Up Tour. It will start on May 17 in Germany. The Pretty Reckless will also support the Rolling Stones on their ongoing Hackney Diamonds Tour. They will take the stage on May 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.