It hasn't even been a year since Tame Impala released their album, Currents, and it's still scooping awards including the APRA Song of the Year for frontman Kevin Parker.
But fans may not have to wait that long for another record because Parker just can't help but write music.
The songwriter has just returned home to Perth from the band's world tour and has some downtime before they hit Japan, Europe and the US with dates locked in until September.
"I think after a long tour and after an album, your brain feels like it wants to relax but at the same time making music for me is something that comes kind of naturally. Just like a brain process," Parker told AAP at the APRA Awards.
"I'm trying not to work on stuff but there are always things to do. I always manage to keep myself busy."
He admits he's been driven by the fact that he lives just metres away from his new studio.
"I've got my own recording studio in Perth just down the road from where I live so there are all sorts of things going on," he said.
But he's not sure what, exactly, he's writing or even who it's for.
Parker has been hailed as a bit of a musical genius for his psych-rock songwriting skills. Every Tame Impala album has evolved creatively. Currents was probably the most poptastic of the three records he's created.
Writing seems like a wholly organic process for Parker and he admits he doesn't even know he's working on an album until it's completed.
"I don't really know what it is until it's finished," he said.
"Like I don't know if it's for Tame Impala or if it's something I'm going to write for someone else, because I've been wanting to do that a lot more."
Rihanna was top of his list of artists to write for, but she beat him to it.
On her last album Anti, the Barbadian singer covers Tame Impala's New Person, Same Old Mistakes from Currents, shortening the name to Same Ol' Mistakes.
"She (Rihanna) used one of my songs for her album so that was kind of a box that got ticked without me even ticking it," he said.
On Tuesday night, Parker collected his award for Song Of The Year at the APRAS for Let It Happen.
"Every album I do I think is my best and it is because I get better at songwriting, I get better at producing," he said.
"Making albums and making songs is just something that's my passion."
The band recently won the Brit Award for Best International Group and were nominated for a Grammy, but Parker says he felt more at home at the APRAS in Sydney.
"I feel like I belong here," he said.