SFK’s ECHOLALIA voted #1 album at Triple J

18/12/2001 01:09

Something for Kate’s platinum album ECHOLALIA was voted “Album of the Year” by Triple J listeners during the “2001” program’s annual poll, announced yesterday.

Something for Kate’s platinum album ECHOLALIA was voted “Album of the Year” by Triple J listeners during the “2001” program’s annual poll, announced yesterday.

ECHOLALIA was also anointed by Triple J’s resident guru Richard Kingsmill, as his own “Album of the Year”.

The poll is a further testament to a breakthrough year for the Melbourne three piece, having attracted many new fans and critical acclaim for ECHOLALIA, their third album.

SFK’s frontman Paul Dempsey is set to return from his tour of East Timor this week, where he joined Killing Heidi and GT to entertain the Australian troops stationed on peacekeeping duties.

Something for Kate will now prepare for their upcoming live performances at the annual Falls Festival Dec 30th at Lorne Victoria and the National Big Day Out which commences on Jan 20th at the Gold Coast.