It’s been 20 years since Kula Shaker released their psych-pop, Indian-influenced debut ‘K’ and in 2016, some six years since their last offering, they’re back with a brand new album.
Sounding hopeful to replicate the band’s 1996 success, they’ve optimistically titled their upcoming release K.20. Not to be confused by police-dog comedy cop film, K.9, Kula Shaker’s comeback record will be released on February 12 2016 and is said to be a return to glory for the 90s band.
Crispian Mills has teamed up with original bassist Alonza Bevan to produce the new album alongside Duck Blackwell, who has previously worked with Olly Murs and The Saturdays. It was recorded at State Of The Ark studio in London and Lompret Sound in Belgium.
Writing on the band’s official website in late 2015, Kula Shaker also announced new tour dates: “The Time has come! Kula Shaker have finally emerged from the silence and mark their return with live dates throughout the UK & Beyond”.
Below we preview the video for their comeback single, Infinite Sun . Will it live up to the giddy highs of ‘Hush’ or ‘Hey Dude’? Watch the video below and let us know what you think.
Infinite Sun is the first track from the upcoming K.20. The full track listing is as follows:
‘Death Of Democracy’
‘Let Love B (With U)’
‘Here Come My Demons’
‘Hari Bol (The Sweetest Sweet)’
‘Get Right Get Ready’