This Saturday, Kitchens of Distinction will release a four-track EP in the U.K. for Record Store Day, a clear-vinyl 10-inch featuring the song “Extravagance” off last year’s comeback album Folly — and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you the premiere of a new video for the song filmed by frontman Patrick Fitzgerald.
This week’s new releases include brand-new studio albums from Kitchens of Distinction, Gary Numan and Galaxie 500’s Dean Wareham, plus live set from The Chills and John Foxx and The Maths, and a compilation of 30 years’ worth of material from Trevor Horn’s electro-pop label ZTT Records.
If you’ve been waiting nearly 20 years for a new album from Kitchens of Distinction, what’s a couple more weeks? The reunited dreampop trio’s Folly had been scheduled for release this week, but thanks to a “manufacturing blip,” it’s been pushed back to Oct. 14 in the U.K., with a U.S. release on Nov. 5.
Kitchens of Distinction on Wednesday formally announced the release this fall of their first new album in 19 years, then proceeded to debut the first track off that collection — “Japan to Jupiter” — on Steve Lamacq’s show on BBC’s 6 Music. Below, check out the full track via YouTube uploader Sandpaper Duvet.
Kitchens of Distinction today revealed the title (Folly), artwork and tracklist of its first new studio album in 19 years — the band ‘s fifth overall and first since 1994′s Cowboys and Aliens — which is due out Sept. 30 and is now available for pre-order from 3 Loop Music in a variety of CD, LP and digital packages.