Once their touring obligations for 2019 are complete, Three Days Grace aim to start writing the follow-up to last year's Outsider in early 2020, with plans to work on the record throughout most of the year.

That's what singer Matt Walst revealed to 105.7 the Point in an interview alongside his bandmates Sunday (July 21), just before the opening date of their current tour with Breaking Benjamin kicked off in St. Louis. Watch the video down toward the bottom of this post.

Before Three Days Grace can begin writing, however, they still have one more concert run to wrap up. In fact, that stretch winds down this December, leaving the ensuing year seemingly free for work.

"We're gonna finish off this tour and then we have another one with Five Finger Death Punch," Walst responded. "And then after that, we're back in writing mode. Take a good year to write and bring it out."

This spring, the group enjoyed some friendly competition on the airwaves with their peers in Shinedown. In April, Three Days Grace scored their 15th chart-topper with Outsider's "Right Left Wrong."

See the band's upcoming fall tour dates here.

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