The Feeling frontman Dan Gillespie-Sells says the band are ''really going to take time'' working on their new album.
The Feeling are in no rush to release new material.
The 'Never Be Lonely' rockers want to ensure their next record is as successful as their last offering 'Join With Us' which topped the UK album charts in 2008.
Frontman Dan Gillespie-Sells said: "We are really going to take our time with it. I don't want to put it out for a while. We should have it out by 2010, otherwise it will be too soon.
"Other countries are only just hearing our second album now. I don't think we should rush these things. I don't want to be one of those bands who are constantly releasing stuff all the time."
Dan also promised fans will be treated to a different sound when the group begins working on the next record.
He explained to BANG Showbiz: "I don't know what the new material will sound like yet. There always has to be some evolvement. Given that we have a lot of time to make the album there will certainly be evolvement."