The noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells stopped by Rolling Stone this week before a pair of sold-out shows in New York City to chat about their second album, which they've been working on while touring for their debut record Treats over the past year. "Emotionally, it's a really heavy record," guitarist and producer Derek E. Miller says of the new tunes. "Even the early demos that we have now, a lot of the stuff that Derek has recorded, sounds more immense to me," says singer Alexis Krauss. "It sounds really huge, so there's going to still be tons of volume."
Sleigh Bells Reveal details of their next album
Noise-pop duo say their new songs 'sound really huge'
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