Fleetwood Mac have released their first collection of new music in a decade.
As promised, the legendary band tabled a full album in favor of an EP, titled “Extended Play” and available exclusively on iTunes.
The foursome — Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie — announced the release on the band’s website today.
The band told Billboard in February that, “Big, long albums don’t seem to be what everybody wants these days.” Whether a full-length album emerges from this current reunion is entirely up to fans, Nicks said.
“[Let’s] see if the world does want more music from us,” Nicks said. “If we get that feeling, that they do want another 10 songs, we can reassess.”