After a short-cut performance at Panic! At the Disco tour, Bloc Party is heading into the studio, preparing for their second album.
Titled "A Weekend in the City", the LP is scheduled to touch the market by Feb 6th next year. It, moreover, is said to deal with kinds of issues, like youth being co-opted by corporations, the loss of identity in the modern world, and the loneliness of life in a megapolis.
And to support the sales of the album, which is recorded in Dublin with producer Jacknife Lee, Bloc Party already promised fans that the band will soon get back on the road, with frontman Kele Okereke saying, they'll be playing to a more, well, mature audience.