Scorpions frontman Klaus Meine was interviewed by Pat’s Soundbytes Unplugged and revealed how they are spending their time during the coronavirus outbreak while explaining why it is some kind of good thing for the musicians.
In the conversation, Klaus stated that they made huge progress with the band about their upcoming album during the self-quarantine days and revealed how they’ve contacted each other even though they are separated from their producer, Greg Fidelman.
Lastly, Scorpions released their latest studio album in 2015, Return To Forever, and the fans have been waiting for five years to listen to new masterpieces from the band. In the upcoming year, they have a high chance to taste the new album of Scorpions.
Additionally, Klaus admitted the chaotic status of the world is a great thing for the musicians and artists to show their creativeness and create some new stuff. He said that people now can be more active and creative in their houses and make some great songs.
Here is what Klaus Meine said:
“The whole month of May until early June, we were working in a studio in Hannover — just the three of us: Rudolf, Matthias, and myself — with Greg coming in via Zoom every night. For us, at dinner time, and for him, it was, like, around breakfast.
And we worked together, going through the songs, talking about the arrangements and everything: ‘I like this song’, ‘Maybe this we’ll keep for later.’ And we made great progress with the record, believe it or not. So it’s pretty crazy, but it’s been working so far very well.”
“I must say, especially in this COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a blessing, as artists and musicians, we can take a deep dive in our creative world and create some new stuff, some new songs — to write lyrics, to compose songs.
It feels so good that we can work and not sit at home, staring out of the window. So it’s wonderful that we can be very active and very creative, hopefully to do something where all the fans hopefully will enjoy next year when we come back out on the road again with hopefully a couple of great new songs.”
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