Something For Kate Record New Album

24/01/2003 00:53

Melbourne based band, Something For Kate will head into the studio next month to commence work on their fourth album. The band plans to head overseas later this year to support the international release of their last release, “Echolalia”.

Something for Kate has taken a break from touring to concentrate on writing material for their upcoming fourth album. The release will be the follow-up to their 2001 release “Echolalia” which reached Platinum status and spawned the hit single, “Monsters”. The band will head into the studio on the NSW Central Coast at the end of February to start recording the new release. US producer Trina Shoemaker, who worked on “Echolalia”, will once again make the trip out to Australia to co-produce the new record.

Once the album is finished sfk plan to jet off overseas for a series of live shows in the US and UK. Gigs in the States will be to support the local release of their last album “Echolalia” through their New York based label, Red Ink.
Back home, don’t forget to vote for Something For Kate in Triple Js Hottest 100 for 2002. The band has one eligible single from last year, “Say Something” (song #452) which you can support by voting now. Voting ends this weekend so make sure to vote now!

Click here to vote now: http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/hottest100/default.htm.