Robert Plant “Can’t Find Words” to Write New Songs


Robert Plant has opened up about his recent struggles with songwriting, telling Rolling Stone in a recent interview that he is going through “a very difficult time” trying to write new material.

“I’ve got a group of friends that I play with over here a little bit from time to time. I’ve also been going through all that stuff that I never released and never quite got finished,” Plant said, when asked what he’s been up to since coming off the road last July. “And getting excited about it. Going, ‘Wow. What am I going to do with that?’ It’s the idioms, the visitation, the places that I’ve been musically which were not complete are just mind-boggling, and they’re a little bit overwhelming.”

He continued, “I’ve got a Tascam digital recorder, and I sing, and I put the vocals through a guitar pedal, and then I record them on that over there, and it sounds great. Why bother to go to the studio? But I can’t find words. This is a very difficult time to try and wax lyrical out there.”

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Plant’s last solo album was 2017’s Carry Fire. Since then, he’s reunited with Alison Krauss for their 2021 covers album, Raise the Roof.

Plant and Krauss are headed back on the road for a summer US tour. A Live Nation pre-sale is ongoing (use access code ENERGY), with a public on-sale coming up on Friday, February 16th via Ticketmaster. Once tickets are on sale, fans can look for deals or get tickets to sold-out shows via StubHub.

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