Zac Brown Says ZBB Is Going “Straight Back to Our Roots” for New Album

Zac Brown Says ZBB Is Going “Straight Back to Our Roots” for New Album

Zac Brown Band’s 2008 debut album, The Foundation, was recently certified 5X-platiunum by the RIAA. Perhaps that was the magic number the boys needed to hear to get back to their roots.

After their wide-ranging 2015 album, Jekyll + Hyde, ZBB announced on Twitter today that they are returning to the studio this winter to begin recording their next album.

“Hey everybody, this is a message for our fans, for all the ZBB fans,” says Zac, appearing with the band. “Thank you so much for all your loyalty and all the love you’ve given us over the years. Jekyll + Hyde just went platinum and The Foundation just went five-times platinum, so thanks to all of you so much for that. We’re going in [the studio] this winter to make a brand-new ZBB record—straight back to our roots, Foundation style. It’s gonna be an amazing album, we’re very excited to announce to you that we’re making the new one. And thank you again for everything that you do for us. Thank you.”

Check out the clip.

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