"It's currently 21 songs," he said in a new radio interview. "I've been working on it for over a year. It's pretty different — in a good way, I think. Everybody that's heard it likes it a lot, so that's a good sign."
Corgan added that the band will soon announce some tour dates in addition to a previously advertised gig at the Shaky Knees festival. It's still unclear when Shiny And Oh So Bright, Vol. 2 will be released, or if the new material Corgan is workshopping is indeed for that album.
Ahead of the band's 2018 reunion with guitarist James Iha, Corgan explained that he felt the tour was a moment of truth for the band — that the Pumpkins' future hinged on the trek going well from business, artistic and personnel level.
Another Pumpkins album would be the band's 11th overall.
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