In an interview with rollingstone, Pete Townshend discussed writing new songs and working on new book.
When asked about writing new stuff, Townshend said: "Every day. I just don’t do what Dylan does. I don’t drag myself around the world, and I don’t put out an album every six weeks. But I’ve got loads of songs. I’m working on a big project at the moment, which might be half rock opera, half art installation. I don’t know where it’s going to go. I’m going to start with a book. I don’t want to talk too much about that now. I’m also working on old songs, going right from the beginning. I missed a few songs at the very beginning – gave tapes to producers to listen to and never got them back." and added "But from “My Generation” onwards, I’ve got tapes of every single song I ever wrote, and the supporting paperwork.Sometimes they’re silly little scraps and sometimes quite more. It’s interesting to go back. But I’m always working on new stuff as well, so I don’t have that feeling that I’m always luxuriating in the past."
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