THERAPY? are set to work with former Nirvana producer JACK ENDINO, nme.com can reveal.
The Northern Irish quartet will head into the studio with the man behind Nirvana‘s first album, ‘Bleach’, at the start of next year.
Speaking to nme.com before setting out on a European tour tomorrow, singer Andy Cairns said: “We are going to be working with Jack Endino – he did ‘Bleach’ with Nirvana and a lot of work with Zen Gorilla, Soundgarden and Screaming Trees. We’re doing the album in January in Seattle. We just want to get a really, really good punk rock’n’roll sound, carrying on from where ‘Suicide Pact – You First’ left off, really.”
Cairns, whose band have just released the greatest hits package ‘So Much For The Ten Year Plan – A Retrospective 1990-2000’, added: “The thing on our minds now is writing new material and this tour. We don’t look that far ahead.”
Therapy? kick off the UK leg of their tour in Cambridge on October 29. The dates in full are: Cambridge The Junction (October 29) Northampton Roadmenders (30) Stoke Sugar Mill (31) London Underworld (November 2, 3, 4) Whithaven Civic (6) Glasgow Cathouse (7) Birmingham Sanctuary (8) Portsmouth Pyramid (9) Sheffield Leadmill (11)