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- Posted on Oct 4th 2010 12:00PM by John D. Luerssen
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"When I get back toward the end of [the] month, we're getting back together to start working, to start the first writing sessions for the record," Sansone revealed. "We've done a little bit of brainstorming, but the real work is going to begin at the end of [the] month."
Upholding its reputation as one of the hardest working bands in rock, Wilco -- on a short break after a year and a half of touring behind 2009's 'Wilco (The Album)' -- seem determined to have a new record ready for 2011 release.
Meanwhile, Sansone is also dropping a new photo book this week. Called '100 Polaroids', the project collects pictures of his bandmates that he snapped since joining the group in 2004.