After their reunion in 2012, the Replacements have been keeping quite busy. They're currently on their first U.S. tour since 1991 and the band's frontman, Paul Westerberg, recently revealed the band are possibly working on new material.

Now, further details have emerged to confirm that a new eigth studio album, the follow-up to 1990's All Shook Down, is to be released at some point in the future. At their Los Angeles tour date at the Palladium on April 16, the band debuted a new song called "Whole Foods Blues" and confirmed they have some new songs ready. Watch the performance below.

The band's manager recently told Billboard the band have been recording in Waltham, Mass. and Minneapolis and have put together seven or eight songs that could end up on a new album. While their recording sessions have been temporarily halted due to the band's current tour, they've also announced the release of two vinyl box sets, a band biography called Trouble Boys, are allegedly in talks about a documentary and have hinted they'll make another major announcement later this year.

The Replacements – "Whole Foods Blues" (Live)