Band released their last album 'Pilgrims Progress' in 2010
Kula Shaker have announced that they will release a new album shortly, as well as embarking on a European tour next year.
The ’90s band released their last album, ‘Pilgrims Progress’, in 2010, now preparing its follow-up – thought to be called ‘Eclipse’. The group have unveiled a teaser clip featuring new music set to an astronomical backdrop.
Writing on their official website, a message reads, “The Time has come! Kula Shaker have finally emerged from the silence and mark their return with live dates throughout the UK & Beyond. Check out teaser clip #1 from the new album. Happy Eclipse!”.
The band will play UK gigs in Glasgow, Manchester and London during February 2016. See the dates in full below.
Watch Kula Shaker’s album trailer video beneath.
Kula Shaker, formed by frontman Crispian Mills in 1995, released chart-topping debut ‘K’ in 1996, followed by ‘Peasants, Pigs & Astronauts’ in 1999. They split the same year.
The band regrouped in 2004, with comeback LP ‘Strangefolk’ released in 2007.
Kula Shaker play the following live dates:
Glasgow Oran Mor (February 15)
Manchester Ritz (16)
London Roundhouse (17)