During an interview with Dream Up Magazine, Tokio Hotel's frontman Bill Kaulitz opens up about the band's upcoming third studio album, which is expected to arrive in stores next spring. "It was a very intense and creative period but at the same time, it offered a much needed break for the band," so he begins.
"There are a lot of new influences that until now, have not been heard in the sound of Tokio Hotel," Bill explains further. "Even so, we've kept the same crew. Our new album will probably surprise a lot of people and I hope the fans will love it."
On what kind of songs they have been crafting for the record, Bill shares the tracks mostly deal with their lives after the band claimed their fame through 2007 LP "Scream". He reveals, "They handle about our mood, new thoughts and reflections, and also new wishes and hopes."
"We have a song but there are many different ways to interpret the song. And we have to find the best interpretation," Bill shares more. "We, then start to experiment with each song by changing the guitar-sounds or modifying my voice."