SOMETHING FOR KATE – ” Come Back Before I Come To My Senses “

Posted: October 15, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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If you’re a Something For Kate fan, you should already be suitably excited about the imminent release of their first new album in over eight years. ‘Come Back Before I Come To My Senses’ is the fourth track we’ve heard from the album and it’s yet another reminder of the power of Paul Dempsey’s song writing and the band’s ability to make those songs, In the year of 1994, from the diverse city of Melbourne, Australia, alternative rock band Something For Kate formed. Starting in high school, the band originally consisted of vocalist and guitarist Paul Dempsey and drummer Clint Hyndman. In 1998, Stephanie Ashworth joined as the new bassist and the three have stuck together ever since.

Something For Kate released their first studio album, Elsewhere for 8 minutes in 1997, a year before Stephanie joined. Their second studio album, Beautiful Sharks (1998) was Stephanie’s first album with the band. To date, the band have released seven albums, including one B-sides, a best of and one live. The band are due to release a new album The Modern Medieval in November this year. The album will feature recent singles “Supercomputer” and “Situation Room”. Something For Kate have been nominated for 16 ARIA’s, achieved six gold and platinum albums and received several awards such as Best Single, Best Live Band and Best Album from various music outlets such as Rolling Stone Magazine, Triple J and iTunes.

Something For Kate’s seventh album The Modern Medieval will be out next month.

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