Incubus plans to “keep popping songs out if we can,” says bassist

ABC/Randy HolmesIncubus bassist Ben Kenney has shared an update on the status of new music from the band.

"We have at least four songs that are completely done and at least one or two others that have videos already," Kenney tells Billboard. "[We also have] a bunch of other ideas that are floating around that we might try to chip away at when we get back [from tour]."

Kenney adds that you probably won't have to wait for Incubus to complete a full album to hear the new material.

"We're just gonna keep popping songs out if we can," Kenney says. "We're just gonna figure out the way to get our music into people's hands over the next couple months and hopefully just keep grooving and touring."

"We're just trying to experiment and explore what we're capable of doing, and all the while not take ourselves too seriously and just really enjoy what we get to do," he adds.

In August, Incubus dropped a new single called "Into the Summer," which followed the band's most recent album, 2017's 8.

Just this week, frontman Brandon Boyd said that there's a "handful" of new Incubus songs coming, which are "eagerly awaiting their launch dates."

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Incubus plans to “keep popping songs out if we can,” says bassist

ABC/Randy HolmesIncubus bassist Ben Kenney has shared an update on the status of new music from the band.

"We have at least four songs that are completely done and at least one or two others that have videos already," Kenney tells Billboard. "[We also have] a bunch of other ideas that are floating around that we might try to chip away at when we get back [from tour]."

Kenney adds that you probably won't have to wait for Incubus to complete a full album to hear the new material.

"We're just gonna keep popping songs out if we can," Kenney says. "We're just gonna figure out the way to get our music into people's hands over the next couple months and hopefully just keep grooving and touring."

"We're just trying to experiment and explore what we're capable of doing, and all the while not take ourselves too seriously and just really enjoy what we get to do," he adds.

In August, Incubus dropped a new single called "Into the Summer," which followed the band's most recent album, 2017's 8.

Just this week, frontman Brandon Boyd said that there's a "handful" of new Incubus songs coming, which are "eagerly awaiting their launch dates."

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