Robert Plant did a photoshoot on June 17 to prepare for the release of his new album later this year.
Photographer Mads Perch posted a photograph of himself and Plant on Instagram and captioned it “had the pleasure of spending the day with Robert Plant today shooting images for his new album what an absolute legend.”
PHOTO: Robert Plant photographed during a photoshoot recently (Instagram/gidz) pic.twitter.com/tbs1GkLsqw
— Led Zeppelin News (@LedZepNews) June 18, 2017
Lighting technician Gideon Marshall also shared a photograph on Instagram that showed himself at the photoshoot with Plant.
Both photographs have since been deleted from Instagram, presumably at the request of Plant’s record label.
Plant’s new album is expected to be released later this year. He has been teasing the release through the “Any time now…” message that has been displayed on the homepage of his website since April 11.
Plant was asked about the message on his website during a BBC Radio 5 live interview that was broadcast on June 5. Presenter Sarah Brett ended the interview by asking Plant what the message means. Does it mean that new music is coming? “My dear, of course,” Plant replied. “What else would there be but more new, beautiful adventures?”
Back in April we explained everything we know about Plant’s upcoming album, including where it was recorded and the musicians who feature on it.