It’s been eight years since Kings of Leon headlined Glastonbury, and now, following the recent release of their new LP Walls, the US band have expressed their desire to hit up Worthy Farm once again next year.

After being informed that 2017 will be the last year before Glastonbury takes a 12-month break, the group told BBC News that “we’ll have to get on it in 2017. I’ll have to text Mr Eavis.”

Rumours on 2017’s Glastonbury line-up are already starting to boil; most-recently Phil Collins announced a June tour which coincided nicely with next summer’s trip to Worthy Farm. Other rumours on the cards include Daft Punk, Radiohead and Diana Ross.

You can read the full interview with the BBC, here.