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In 2015 Kitty, Daisy & Lewis returned with their third album, fours years on since the release of their hugely acclaimed 2011 effort Smoking In Heaven. They used that time wisely, building a new 16 track analogue studio in a derelict Indian restaurant in Camden Town, resulting in an album and a sound all of their own making. An early fan, Mick Jones of The Clash, was keen to get involved as producer.
"With Mick on board, it was the first time we have worked with a producer," says Lewis, "Just having someone else in the room meant we could start bouncing ideas off other people and that was great." "Our song writing has definitely changed over the three years," adds sister Kitty. "Through life experience and expanding our musical influences, we have now incorporated more of our musical loves into our music."
The Third was recorded and finished in the summer of 2014 and finds the group embracing a spread of influences from blues to disco, but always sounding unmistakably Kitty Daisy & Lewis. The stories on this album resonate with moods and melodies that touch you in ways that are both uplifting and unnerving. With three different writers and multi-instrumentalists in the band, each track is a sparkling gem that reflects a different facet of experience.