The Melburnian outfit will be jumping on a plane to Dallas, Texas where the album will be recorded with producer/engineer/mixer John Congleton (Explosions In The Sky, St. Vincent). The yet-to-be-titled album will be the next instalment of the band's impressive history and will be released via Capitol/EMI Music in late 2012.
It's been six years since Something For Kate's most recent record, Desert Lights, released in 2006. The time off provided members of the band to divert their focus on side projects (in particular, Paul Dempsey's second solo release, 2009's Everything Is True). Along with bandmates Stephanie Ashworth and Clint Hyndman, the next chapter of Something For Kate begins.
This week's new sets include tunes from locals Little May (our Album Of The Week), Art Vs Science, Dan Kelly and Boy & Bear, plus releases from Tom Jones, The Decembrists and Mayday Parade.