It looks like the follow-up to Fuego won’t take too long to reveal itself as reports from yesterday’s soundcheck in Nashville seem to suggest that Trey Anastasio made some comments regarding the next Phish record. Twitter user @tmwsiy was on hand at the band’s soundcheck and caught the guitarist mentioning that the band plans on returning to the Music City to begin work on a new album.

Phish recorded bits of Fuego with producer Bob Ezrin in Nashville and have also debuted several originals so far on this tour including “Blaze On,” “No Men In No Man’s Land” and “Shade,” along with material from each member’s solo repertoire. It’s also worth noting that the band has no plans to tour this fall, opening up some time to spend in the studio if necessary. Take a look at the tweets below.

The band’s visit to Nashville was notable on several fronts as the group not only possibly hinted at a new record, but also revived the famed second “Mike’s Song” jam in the second set as a part of a mega “Mike’s Groove” that also featured “Piper” and “Crosseyed and Painless.”