The Danish pop collective, who scored a top ten hit with 'Fascination' earlier this year, have recently begun working on the follow-up to their debut disc This Is Alphabeat.
"We've been demoing in our living room the past two or three weeks and things are looking really good," singer Anders SG told DS.
"We're still going to be Alphabeat but it's going to be more dancey," his bandmate Stine Bramsen added.
The group also revealed that their new sound is being influenced by the R&B music they are listening to at the moment.
"The number one CD in our flat right now is Lauryn Hill and a week ago it was Ne-Yo. We're not gonna lie to you, it's the truth," said Anders SG.
> Click here to watch our video interview with Alphabeat backstage at the Jingle Bell Ball