Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament has opened up on the band's upcoming 25th anniversary tour as well as plans for the follow-up to their 2013 album Lightning Bolt. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Ament said the record is a ways off.
"There's no plan of making a record yet," he began.
"When we got together in South America [late last year] there was lots of talk of how we wanted to do it and in what ways we wanted it to be different, what things we liked about the last record. It's just in the planning stages and everyone deciding when the time is."
He said he's also looking forward to the tour.
"It's always exciting to be on tour. You're in a nice hotel. You show up at the gig and the amps sound great. A lot of our crew has been with us for 15 to 25 years and they do a great job."
PJ's tour kicks off in Sunrise, Florida on April 8, and wraps with a two-night stand at Wrigley Field in Chicago on August 22.
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