Stevie Nicks has revealed that she's busy working on a multimedia project based around her 1975 Fleetwood Mac classic "Rhiannon." Nicks told Rolling Stone, "Last year I made a pitch to everybody that when this Fleetwood Mac tour is over. I'm taking next year off because I want to work on my Rhiannon book/movie (based on the original Welsh myth that inspired her song). And I want to maybe work with some different producers. I don't know what I want to do! I just know that I don't want a tour! So I think it's not as hard for me as it is for the bands that had a tour coming up this year. Because they'd be getting ready to go into rehearsal right now. So not only is your tour canceled and your rehearsal cancelled, but you're quarantined to your house?"

She went on to explain, "I have some Rhiannon poetry that I have written over the last 30 years that I've kept very quiet. I'm thinking, 'Well here I have all this time and I have a recording setup.' And I'm thinking I'm going to start doing some recording. I'm going to start putting some of these really beautiful poems to music, and I have the ability to record them."

She went on to offer up some hopeful words in the face of the ongoing pandemic: "We have to believe, right? We have to believe that this is gonna go away. We have to believe that the government of the United States is going to, at some point, completely turn around and do the right thing. . . Everybody's gonna have to keep themselves safe. And right now it seems to me that the government doesn't know what they're doing. And nobody's on the same page. That scares me."

We asked Stevie Nicks to describe the process behind how a song makes it to the finished album as opposed to one that doesn't make the cut: "When you go into the studio, sometimes they just don't work. Then they go back into the vaults, because that doesn't mean they're not gonna work three years from now. So, I never even give anybody anything unless I think it's really good and really finished, as far as I can go with it. So, I never even play parts of songs for people. Y'know, it's like, they're done. You pretty much know really fast. You get one really good verse, and you're like, 'this is great,' y'know, so now we're gonna try to make a chorus that's as good as that verse."