The Elbow frontman has told XFM we shouldn't expect to hear his solo project anytime soon.
Guy Garvey (vocals), Richard Jupp (drums), Craig Potter (keys), Mark Potter (guitar) and Pete Turner (bass) make up English rockers Elbow.
Formed in 1990, it was 11 years until Mercury Music Prize and BRIT nominated debut album 'Asleep In The Back' was released. In 2013 Guy Garvey announced the band are working on a new album, and are set for a UK arena tour in 2014.
Plus we can expect to hear some older and rarer songs at the gigs.
Guy Garvey and Pete Turner of Elbow take XFM's John Kennedy through their sixth album.
Jo Good talks to Elbow's Guy Garvey and Pete Turner about the new album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
Biffy Clyro, Arctic Monkeys and Calvin Harris were the headliners at Balado for 2014. See all the best bits here.
Take a look at the highlights from an incredible weekend at Worthy Farm. What were your favourite moments?
The beautiful new single from the album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything.
As king of the festivals, pretty much anything Elbow write sounds like summer. New York Morning is no exception.
Elbow: Top Three Downloads
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