Summer Camp Get Personal With Album Number Two

Summer Camp have unveiled some loose details about their forthcoming second album.

Summer Camp have unveiled some loose details about their forthcoming second album, the follow-up to their debut full-length ‘Welcome To Condale’ and this year’s ‘Always’ EP.

During a recent phone call to DIY, Elizabeth Sankey spoke of the challenges they’re facing in the as-yet unnamed follow-up’s creation: ‘I’m finding it difficult to work out what I want it to sound like, and whether we want it to be like the first album but hopefully a bit better, or to just try something totally different.’

Sonics aside, the record seems to be a lot less concept-based than its predecessor; a factor that doesn’t seem to come wholly naturally for the duo. “We don’t want it to be concept-y. We want it to be more personal, and about us and our experiences of being in a band in 2012 and 2013. I find it difficult to sing about things that are important to me or things that have happened but I also think it’s something that’s really important to do.“

And when should we expect their sophomore? Well, early signs are indicating it’ll be right on time for festival season: ‘We were going to try and get it out early next year but now there’s someone who we really want to work with on it and he’s a bit busy right now. It’ll definitely be out next year but I suspect it’ll be more towards summer rather than early part of it.’

Read Summer Camp’s full interview on DIY tomorrow (Friday 14th December).