It’s been three years since the last Kitty Daisy & Lewis album. ‘Kitty, Daisy & Lewis The Third’ sees the London siblings return with keen fan Mick Jones on production duty. Here’s The Clash legend’s slightly obscure comment on the cinematic nature of the album:
When Graeme Durham (A Passage To India – David Lean 1984) steps off the S.S. Orion in the mid 60’s he has no idea that he along with Ingrid Weiss (The Sound Of Music – Robert Wise 1965) would spawn such ingénue. Kitty (Darling – John Schlesinger 1965), Daisy (The Outlaw – Howard Hughes 1943) & Lewis (King Creole – Michael Curtiz 1958) embark upon a remarkable journey engendering the transportation of an opera house over a mountain (Fitzcarraldo – Werner Herzhog 1982) culminating in the making of their third album Kitty, Daisy & Lewis The Third
Listen to the album exclusively below and see the band tour Europe February through March.
‘Kitty Daisy & Lewis The Third’ is released on Sunday Best Recordings on January 26, 2015. Preorder the album.