The band were scheduled to release 'Love You More Than Football' last year, but there's been a change of plan...
SPACE have “put the breaks” on the release of their new album, so they can enter the studio with THE ORB to record more new material.
According to a posting on the Gut Records website, [url=]www.gutrecords.com, the band, whose last release was a single, ‘Diary Of A Wimp’ last year, postponed the release of their new album, which had a working title of ‘Love You More Than Football’, to enter the studio with the electronica pioneers.
Mainman Tommy Scott has now written “four new songs that he wants on the album”, which are described as “much heavier than the rest…(they) signify a return to the beatfreak side of Space.”
A spokesperson for Space told NME.COM that the new material would definitely see the light of day in 2001, with a possible single release sometime in April. He commented: “They’ve been working with Andy Hughes from The Orb and he’s brought them right on line, the album is just a couple of tracks from completion now, we’re all excited.”