Three years after being tossed out of Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham thinks there's a possibility to mend fences with the group — specifically with the reason for his swift departure, his ex-girlfriend, Stevie Nicks.
Buckingham will release his self-titled collection on September 17th and head out on the road. The album marks his first new music since the 2017 Lindsey Buckingham – Christine McVie album.
Lindsey Buckingham spoke to EW.com and chatted about where he and the band stand in terms of making music together: “There have been intimations from Mick (Fleetwood), who I've talked to several times, that he wants to try to get the five of us back together. I did not see their last tour. I'm sure it was fine, but I think it was probably very mellow by comparison. . . They were covering so much other Fleetwood Mac material, and they were doing Crowded House songs and Tom Petty songs. So, I wasn't sure how that was going to pan out, and I wasn't sure how Mick ultimately felt about it either, but that was the politics of the situation that led to that.”