Never let it be said that Trevor Horn doesn't keep himself busy. After recently reforming The Buggles for a one-off reunion and producing Robbie Williams, he is due back in the studio with progressive-rock superstars Yes. Horn and the band should be busy working on their first new studio album since 2001's "Magnification" and the first Yes album to feature Horn at the helm since 1987's "Big Generator".
The album is untitled but one thing is certain - they have signed to Frontier Records (they have Asia and Mr Big on their books) and are now formed of Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Alan White, Oliver Wakeman (Rick's son) and new singer Benoit David. There is also a UK tour on sale from tomorrow morning (Saturday 4th December) at 9am!
The seven dates confirmed so far begin in Cambridge(8th November) and then Sheffield, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton, Bristol and finally Hammersmith. Tickets are on sale at 9am. You can expect much of the new material, as well as visits to their vast catalogue that spans over 40 years!