While performing at SUNY Purchase College for the Culture Shock 2008 festival on Saturday night, lead singer Tim Kasher announced that Cursive would be heading into the studio next month to record the follow up to their 2006 effort, Happy Hollow.
Cursive has created a website for its upcoming release, Happy Hollow, with the video for single "Dorothy at Forty" as well as streaming audio, photos, and other info about the album which comes out August 22nd.
I will be interviewing Cursive soon in celebration of their new album "Happy Hollow" that comes out August 22nd on Saddle Creek Records. Leave any questions you might have for the band in the replies and I will do my best to get them all answered.
Cursive's new album, Happy Hollow, is slated for release on August 22nd through Saddle Creek. Click here to read an interview Pitchfork recently conducted with frontman Tim Kasher about the record. Kasher also plans to head into the studio in May to record the highly anticipated follow-up to The Good Life'sAlbum of the Year.
Cursive will be heading into the studio this month to begin demoing for their upcoming album. Following the demos, the band will offically begin recording their new album with a completion date of May 1st.