Rolling Stone recently spoke to Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, who is currently finishing up a solo acoustic tour, and getting ready to release a digital live album on November 13.
The guitarist talked about Fleetwood Mac's upcoming tour next year: “Fleetwood Mac is gonna start rehearsing probably the beginning of February and I'm actually looking forward to it. I miss those guys.”
Those are comforting words for Fleetwood Mac fans, because Buckingham hasn't always seen eye-to-eye with his band mates “There was a period of time where there was a level of frustration because the Fleetwood Mac agenda seemed to loom a lot larger... I would try to put together material [for] a solo album and there would be some kind of intervention... If you are gonna participate in a band, you've got to be a band member in good standing, and you've got to think about the needs of the whole.”
If and when the new album comes out it will be Fleetwood Mac's first studio release since Say You Will in 2003.