Former THUNDER bandmates Luke Morley (guitar) and Danny Bowes (vocals) have been tucked away in the studio in London since November, working on a joint project for release in the first half of next year. Featuring a host of guest musicians and singers, the album has not had an official release date or label confirmed, but it is certain that it will NOT be issued under the name THUNDER. Commented Luke: It's great to be riding the range again with my old mucker. We've had a lot of fun in the studio and explored some new avenues, and we're looking forward to getting it out there as soon as possible. It's not how I planned it would be, but when I heard the tunes I knew we had to do this LP, added Danny. It's been nice working with Luke again, singing new tunes is always a thrill, and recording with different musicians has been extremely stimulating. The big test is finding out if anyone bloody likes it though, so I guess we'll have to wait and see. More information will be available shortly.
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