Death Cab for Cutie took to Twitter yesterday to let fans know that they’re hard at work recording their eighth album.
“We didn’t want to write songs anymore that were just like a boy band recording songs. We wanted to be able to feel these songs. That’s how the best songs come out. It’s all emotional, it’s feeling,” Nick Carter said.
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“This album is literally split down the middle,” Ne-Yo explained. “One half is strictly for my R&B fanbase and the other is the pop fanbase.”
The two “American Idol” alums trade verses on “Can’t Stop Loving You,” which appears on the veteran rock band’s brand new album.
“I wanted every emotion on the record to take up one slot,” says Taylor in a CBS Local interview. That way, “no matter what you’re going through, if you need a song, you can find it.”