A new album could ignite the Jebediah flame amongst fans as the band returns to the scene on new label, Dew Process.
The band first grabbed the nation by the nether-regions with the multi-platinum debut album Slightly Odway featuring hit songs "Leaving Home", "Teflon" and "Harpoon". Since then, the band has released a slew of hits and played across Australia and the world.
Recorded in Perth over several months with Dave Parkin (Sugar Army, Snowman, Karnivool) at the helm, the new album is said to be an exciting musical enterprise with a dynamic take on rock 'n' roll.
"We Jebs are thrilled to be teaming up with Dew Process for the release of our brand spanking new album Kosciuszko,” safe in the knowledge we have found the perfect home for our little baby," said frontman Kevin Mitchell. "This little sucker took us a while to write and record and we are incredibly proud of what we have created."
“We've been admiring Dew Process and it's ever expanding roster of quality acts from across the dance floor for a number of years, so we are excited now to be part of the gang and can't wait for people to hear all this new music we've made."
Dew Process Managing Director Paul Piticco said “I met the Jebs many years ago when they were the first band on a tour I was promoting. They were fresh out of the garage and had just made their first recording and the energy, purpose and confidence they had in their songwriting was palpable. When I heard these new tracks from Kosciuszko for the first time I knew nothing had changed. I can’t wait for Australia to hear this album!”
Kosciuszko will be released April 2011.
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