Zedd surprised ravers last week when he made an unannounced visit — and played a headlining set — in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood.
While there, he dished details to Billboard about his next album.
“It’s taking forever. It’s hard to find time to sit down and focus on it,” he said, noting he’s written most of the songs, but is getting held up on the production process.
“Making them sound the way I want them to sound, finding the right vocalists, and so on.
“I might put out a single or two in the next six months or so, but I need to get off the road for a little while,” he added.
And who might join him on the single and album? He’s already talked with “Stay the Night” collaborator Hayley Williams about teaming up for another track, and his wish list also includes Muse and Silverchair, bands he said he was inspired by.
But there’s clearly a ways to go before a new Zedd album will be ready for salivating fans.
“I’m hoping that by early next year, it will be wrapped. But we’ll see,” he said.