Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Kinetic Stereokids Make Kid Moves.

Kinetic Stereokids has completed recording its next full-length album, Kid Moves.

After testing out some of the new tracks at recent shows, "Have A Nice Day," and other tracks from the record have been going over absolutely fabulously. "Like Yanni in Greece," according to band front man Justin Ford.

Ford describes the record as "Big rock guitars... pants on fire... it's a tsunami of bashing drums, hitting, ducks calling, preachers screaming, sonic waves of violence... but then something hugs you so soft and pleasant that you barely notice the knife in your back... it's rich, vibrant psychosis."

Kid Moves is scheduled for a late fall release on Brooklyn-based label Overdraft Recordings. In the meantime, Kinetic Stereokids will be making summer tour stops across the U.S. in support of its debut LP Basement Kids.

The album, with its featured track "Explosions Were Heard" (MP3) is now available at Insound, iTunes and Emusic, and at retail establishments nationwide. The album also features the track "Donuts Are Here" which can be seen and heard in a live clip shot at Pete's Candy Store in Brooklyn (LINK). Keep an eye on the Kinetic Stereokids website (LINK) and MySpace (LINK) for updates.

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