After nearly two decades and following their split in 1993 the Pixies could be on the verge of recording new material.
In a recent interview drummer David Lovering said: "We gotta plan to make something new."
Their final studio album was 1991's, Trompe Le Monde, but in 2004 the rock legends began plying their live trade again after reuniting the band.
Guitarist Joey Santiago also revealed that U2's Bono was one of a number of their fans who have urged them to work on new material.
“Bono even asked… He's like, "Please make a record!' Goddamn, we can't leave that unturned. That would frustrate me. It would. I think we should do it. But it's up to everybody,” Santiago told reporters.
The Pixies complete their Doolittle tour in Victoria, Canada on 5 May .
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