Rock chick Liz Phair is set to mark her comeback to the music scene with a new album as the follow up to Somebody's Miracle", that was dropped in 2005. Although she hasn't set a title and an official release date yet, the singer said that her upcoming record is almost done and it is set to due this fall.
Speaking about the process for the upcoming LP's work, to Billboard.com Liz stated, "All my sloppiness is in there. I fought all the way through, and I'm not letting anyone take it to a perfected style." She also added, "It has mistakes in it. It has layered background vocals of mine that just make an overall slop, but it's perfect slop."
Moreover she also said that in the new album she was given all the space she needed by her label to do anything she wants and doesn't have to compromise with anyone. "They literally look at me and say, 'Here's your budget, don't go over, bring us something good. It's a f****ng mind-bending experience after the last 14 years. Even when I was with Matador, combined with other labels, there were so many chefs in the kitchen. I'm working exactly the way I want to work," she said.
The singer's upcoming album itself will be the first under her new record label ATO Records, but her sixth in total until this year. Before signing with ATO, Liz previously released her records under the umbrella of Capitol Records but for some reason she left the company and join her current label in early 2008.