Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Upcoming Releases

MORGAN LANDER Is Pretty Stoked On KITTIE's Plans For The Next Few Years

It includes new music.


Kittie originally reunited in 2022 for two reunion shows at When We Were Young and Blue Ridge Rock Festival. Then Kittie came back for another reunion show this year at Sick New World, where they surprised the audience with a brand new song called "Vultures".

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

While Kittie hasn't announced a new record just yet, frontwoman Morgan Lander said in an interview with Sobre La Dosis that the band plans on making "people's Kittie dreams come true." So y'know, stay tuned for new music.

"There's not too much that I can really share. We do have a couple of shows coming up later on this year, one in Mexico. And we're also playing the Louder Than Life festival in September. So just a couple of shows. And we are gonna be focusing on, I guess, possibly making people's Kittie dreams come true, I guess you could say. I can't really put this into too many words, but we are definitely really excited about the future.

"We're working towards the future. And if the new song that we played at Sick New World is any indication of what's to come, I think Kittie fans will be really pleased with the next few years. We've got a lot coming down the pipe, so we're really, really excited."

Lander previously hinted at new material during in an interview in March, saying Kittie is definitely going to take priority over the next few years.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

"There's a lot of plans coming up. Not too much that I can share, but definitely more shows are in the works. I don't think that it's ever gonna be something that we'll be able to do full-time and tour nine months out of the year. It's just not feasible and not even really cost effective, to be honest with you — from that standpoint as well.

"But, yeah, I think that we are gonna make the band and music and shows a priority for the next few years. So that just means you'll be seeing and hearing more of us. I guess."

"We'll see what sort of shakes. We've got some interesting things coming down the pipeline. So I think, without giving too much away, I feel like the next few years will be very interesting and very exciting for the band."

Show Comments / Reactions

You May Also Like