Kraftwerk confirm plans for new album

Kraftwerk have confirmed that they are recording a new album. The iconic group insisted that they are not worried about getting older and have no plans to quit making music in the foreseeable future. When asked about the possibility of new material, frontman Ralf Hutter told German magazine Der Spiegel: “Of course. Why should we stop doing what we love to do?

The 63-year-old musician also spoke about the hierarchy within the group, maintaining that the band is “still autonomous and independent”.

Kraftwerk formed in 1970 and are regarded as one of the most influential electronic acts of all time. In November 2008, founder member Florian Schneider shocked fans when he left to embark on a solo career.