Roger Daltrey Believes The Who Have Made Their Best Album Since “Quadrophenia”

Roger Daltrey is singing some high praises for The Who’s upcoming album, claiming it will be the band’s best work in nearly 50 years.

Speaking to fans in a Q&A session, the microphone twirling frontman declared, “I think we’ve made our best album since Quadrophenia.”

Daltrey admitted that he didn’t want to make the record at first, but guitarist Pete Townshend insisted on recording as a condition of touring this summer and fall, adding, “And he gave me complete melodic freedom. And I gotta tell you that after being very skeptical I’m now incredibly optimistic.”

The still to be titled LP will be the Brit rock legends’ first new music in thirteen years.

What do you feel has been the best work from The Who?