Def Leppard is making the most of their COVID-19 break

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott is saying that he and his bandmates aren’t sitting around twiddling their thumbs during the Covid-19 lockdown. Instead, they’re working on new material and looking though their vaults for a possible release.

Elliott says, “The one thing about this band is it never stops working, even when we're not visible.

"We are always doing something, we're always writing, we keep in touch with each other regarding putting new ideas together.

We've got a lot of historical stuff that's kinda been sat on the shelf gathering dust that we're starting to dust down now and say, 'Now's the time to start tiding this lot up'.

So, there's a lot of current work going on right now, whether writing new stuff or tiding up old stuff. One day we will make another record and it will be a furthering of our story."

Remember, they were just given another three months’ worth of free time to work on their projects, since The Stadium Tour with Motley Crue, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts has been shunted to 2021 due to the...

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