The Young Knives head back into the studio

The band are 'all set' to record their second album

The Young Knives November 2005
The Young Knives have announced they’re itching to get back into the studio and record their second album.

The follow up to 2006’s debut record ’Voices Of Animals And Men’ will follow on from a hectic year of touring in early 2008.

Now the band have announced that they are set to record with producer Tony Doogan, who has lent his expertise to the likes of Super Furry Animals, Dirty Pretty Things and Belle & Sebastian.

They will spend the next month in Glasgow, laying down tracks for the next six weeks.

The first single from the album will be due for release in September.

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