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After 13 years of pause: Legendary rock band returns

So is it good news for all rockfanatikere.

13 years after their last album was released, the british rock band The Who gone in the studio to produce a new, which will be published later in the year.

The writes more international media on Tuesday, including The Guardian.

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend from The Who. Photo: Mark J. obtained an appointment
the Band has so far been very sparse with details about the new album, but rockgruppens guitarist, Pete Townshend, has lifted a little of the veil.

- Sombre ballads, heavy rock, experimental electronic music, The Who-like sounds, which begins with a guitar that sounds 'yanga-dang', he says to The Guardian.

The new album will be the twelfth in the band's life.

The Who has already arranged a tour in 2019, which so far mainly conducted in north America.

even Though the band seems fresh and still fire the of on the stage, are rockgruppens members in the 70's. The band's lead singer, Roger Daltrey, therefore, have italesat, to 2019 may be rockgruppens farewell tour.

- I must be realistic. I have reached the age where my voice is becoming weaker, " says the 74-year-old lead singer.

The Who emerged in London in the mid-1960s. The band has since then delivered hit after hit, among other things, 'My Generation', 'Baba O'riley' and 'Who Are You'.

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey are the only original members of the band.

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