rockers Kodaline have revealed they're in no rush to record a new album.
The Dublin musicians released their second record Coming Up For Air earlier this year and although they've started writing new songs already, drummer Vinny May has insisted the band are keen to take their time in the studio
"[We've written] probably like 15 or 20 songs while we've been on the road, between two tours and the festival dates we've been doing," he said.
"They're not all great, most of them will probably be really s***, but one or two of them might be good."
While fans may have to wait some time for new material from the band, the Swords native insists the next album will be worth the wait.
"We might take a little long, but we're so honoured that this is what we get to do, so we're not really keen on taking too many breaks.
"We want to keep things going because this is what we love doing," he told entertainment site Bang Showbiz.
"So we might take a little longer to make the record but we're not going to stop."