Robert Plant makes plans for unreleased songs to be released after his death

Robert Plant said he has no plans to release any of his archived music until after his death. The 72-year-old Led Zeppelin legend revealed to Matt Everitt on the latest episode of Plant’s Digging Deep podcast that he “itemized” his archive during lockdown and it contains a wide range of recordings from abandoned projects, along with personal paperwork.

Plant said that arranging his archive was a case of “putting my house in order. … All the adventures I’ve ever had with music, tours, album releases, projects that didn’t actually get finished or whatever it is, I just put them, itemized them all and put everything into some semblance of order. … I told the kids that when I kick the bucket, open it to the public – free of charge – just to see how many silly things there were down the line from 1966 to now: the journey.” He added:  “I don’t care what happens to it, it’s just great to hear it again.” When Everitt said, “One day … ,” Plant replied: “I don’t know whether there’s a ‘one day’ around the corner, to be honest!”

You can listen to the podcast episode at the link – here.

Editorial credit: yakub88 /