In 2017, the band Arrested development, formed by guitarist Alex Blume, released their third album, The Best I’ve Ever Done, which included the single “Ghetto Love.”
The album received critical acclaim and sold over 12 million copies, and was certified gold.
It’s now been announced that the band will be reuniting for the follow-up album, entitled The Best That I’ve Never Done, due out in 2018.
In a new interview with Loudwire, Blume talked about why he thinks the album is so good, saying, “The whole idea of what we do with music is that it’s like a conversation.
It becomes like a family and you talk about stuff, you talk through stuff.
The more you talk, the more you get to know each other, the better it gets.”
He continued, “So when I started writing this album, the first thing I thought of was, ‘How do we start a conversation?’
And I thought, ‘What would the best conversation be?'”
Blume also mentioned that he is looking forward to the band working with other artists in the future.
“There’s a lot of people I’ve worked with in the past, and there’s a ton of stuff I’m really looking forward working with,” he said.
“And I’m excited about that, because I’ve been trying to figure out how to do this for so long, and now that we’ve found a way to do it, it’s really exciting to see where it goes.”
Blume recently announced the release of a new song for the album called “All The Love.”
You can check out the full interview with Blume below.