The Rolling Hills estate, which also includes the former home of country superstar Michael Bublé, is preparing to release its first album since the death of its founder, James Brown.
The estate is currently in pre-production on the new LP, which will be called The Rolling Roads, which is expected to be released on May 16, the group’s label, Universal Music Group, announced on Monday.
Rolling Hills, which has released nine albums, is the name of a California-based estate and is the subject of a 2015 documentary by the award-winning filmmaker David Fincher.
The new album will be the first studio album for the estate since its founding in the 1970s.
The first Rolling Hills album was recorded in 1995 by the band’s then-bassist James Brown and was produced by the group with producer Scott Taylor.
In 2017, the estate released the single “We’re All In This Together” as the first single from its new album.