Pete Townshend revealed that he and Roger Daltrey are quickly making progress on the Who's still-untitled upcoming album. It remains up in the air whether the album will be completed, mixed, mastered, and released in time for the tour's kick off on May 7th.

Townshend spoke to Absolute Radio and shed light on some of the subjects the new material will touch upon: "I've got songs about homelessness, about the fishing industry, about the way that men might have to change in the future, y'know, after the Me Too thing. All kinds of current stuff -- and possibly, too, there's room for a few guests, maybe. Maybe a female vocalist here or a rapper here, or whatever -- but we shall see. So, we're about two-thirds of the way through the process. And I think we're going to have a really great record, I do."

The Who kicks off its 2019 "Moving On!" tour on May 7th at Grand Rapids, Michigan's Van Andel Arena.

AUDIO: PETE TOWNSHEND ON THE THEMES OF 2019 WHO LP