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3 July 2012, 13:43 | Updated: 3 July 2012, 14:08
The Welsh rockers say acts have been approaching them during a variety of festivals.
Stereophonics have revealed that they could be set to work with Tinie Tempah and Labrinth.
The 'Dakota' band told the Daily Star that they have been discussing teaming up together and hope to find the time to make a collaboration happen.
"I've been talking to Tinie about doing something together," confessed lead singer Kelly Jones. "We're up for it – it's just finding the time that's been a problem.
"Labrinth is a properly talented guy too. He's been saying he wants to work with me, and I'd love to."
The band, who are currently working on their eight studio album and the follow up to 2009's 'Keep Calm And Carry On' added that they have been surprised how many acts have been approaching them to say they love the band.
"I didn't know these boys, but they've been coming up to me at festivals, saying how much they love Stereophonics," he added. "It's flattering."
You can view a picture of Kelly Jones performing live below: (Picture: PA)
Tinie is currently working on the follow up album to his debut 'Disc-Overy' which he has told Capital will feature collaborations with the likes of Calvin Harris and Dizzee Rascal.
Labrinth has also been working with the likes of Usher and told Capital earlier this year that he is still hopeful to team up with Cheryl Cole and Rihanna.