Having launched onto the music scene last year with the release of two EP's, Kassidy finally release their new single I Don't Know and debut album 'Hope St.' on 21st March 2011 through Vertigo Records. The 12 tracks album was recorded with Thomas McNeice who recorded both their previous EPs at his Rubbergum studio. Drawing inspiration from the likes of: Howlin' Wolf, Sly & The Family Stone and the The Black Keys, the band have created an album full of melody and catchy songs.
Something tells us the boys had a very enjoyable time shooting the video for 'I Don't Know'; perhaps it's to do with the scantily clad females on set!? Who knows.
Kassidy will be on tour throughout April promoting the album, you will also be able to see the band play the major festivals throughout the summer.
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