Bath pop-punkers Decade have announced news regarding the release of their upcoming debut full-length record. The band are seeking the help of their fans for any donations to help self-fund their studio time. A full statement from the band can be read below:
“To our family, friends and fans.
As many of you know, we spent the first half of this year touring hard, playing some of the best shows we’ve played to date. But the time away from the road we’ve spent holed up, writing our debut album. After the response to our self-titled EP in February, for which we are incredibly thankful, we knew we had to raise the bar higher and come back with something even better.
With demos pouring out of us as the weeks go by, we are beyond ready to record and release our first full length album but sadly, as with most bands these days, our biggest hurdle is money.
This November we’re looking to work on our new album with Romesh Dodangoda at Longwave Studios and we’re going to be financing the whole thing ourselves. This is where we need your help.
We’re not a charity and we would never ask to be treated as such, but if you believe in us and you want to see us push the boundaries of what is possible in the UK music scene, then we’d value your help more than you could imagine.
If you pre-order our album, a bundle or any other item from our online store, every penny will go towards making the best record we can possibly make, and what’s more you will have been a part of it with us.
To everyone we have met so far along the way, thank you for your support and welcome to the next chapter.
Alex, Connor, Dan, Harry & Joe”
Donations towards the currently untitled debut full-length can be made now via the band’s official website (here), where you can pre-order the album digitally, physcially, get a mention in the album’s thank you notes or even combined with different new merch releases.
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