If you’re a Rush fan – and if not, why not?- then there could be plans ahead in 2015 after their post-Clockwork Angels hiatus, according to Blabbermouth.net

GEDDY LEE On RUSH's Plans For 2015: 'We're Not Sure'

Earlier this week, Jonathan “JC” Clarke of the Q104.3 radio station in New York City conducted an interview with bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee of Canadian rock legends RUSH. You can now watch the chat at q1043.com.

Asked what RUSH fans can expect from the band in 2015, Lee said: “We’re not sure, to be honest. We’ve been off for about a year and a half, maybe more, and we’re liking it. So we’ve been reluctant to get back together to get serious about discussions, but that will happen; we’ll talk and we’ll make some decisions.”

Lee recently told Rolling Stone magazine that RUSH will likely hit the road before returning to the studio to record the follow-up to 2012’s “Clockworks Angels” album. “My guess is that there would be a tour first,” he said. “But I’m itching to just play and record. I would like to make another album, but I don’t know where the other guys’ heads are at about that. I know Alex [Lifeson, guitar] is ready to write.”

Released on November 11, “R40” is a superb collector’s box set which brings together live performances by RUSH from each decade of their career. It includes “Rush In Rio”, “R30”, “Snakes & Arrows Live”, “Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland” and “Clockwork Angels Tour” plus a bonus disc of previously unseen and unreleased live material stretching from 1974 to 2013.”
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