Stone Temple Pilots singer Jeff Gutt has revealed to Detroit radio station WRIF that the band is working on an acoustic record. Gutt explained that the disc will feature “some extra musicians and some extra parts and pieces,” and will be recorded later in the year.
He added, “I'm not sure how long it's gonna be yet. We're just getting into it, the writing of it, and we're gonna be recording it here in little spurts, when we can. And it's gonna be awesome, man. It's gonna be a totally different side of STP.”
The quartet played a rare acoustic show at the Norwood Space Center in Norwood, Massachusetts three months ago.
The acoustic disc will be Gutt's second with STP after joining the band in 2017. His recording debut with the group was on its self-titled seventh album, which arrived in March 2018. Gutt is the band's third lead vocalist, following the late Scott Weiland and the late Chester Bennington.