We will be returning to Unit One today to resume our regular rehearsals after a break recording the start of our new EP. Today’s focus will be the set for the forthcoming gigs in March which are:
March 4th, 2022 – Club 85, Hitchin
March 9th, 2022 – CODA, Colchester
March 18th, 2022 – Portland Arms, Cambridge
March 19th, 2022 – The Carlisle, Hastings
March 26th, 2022 – The Rock Den, Hatfield
April 22nd, 2022 – Tap N Tumbler, Nottingham
Tickets are still available for all these dates here.
We will be deciding the sets for these shows and prepare for gigging again after not playing live since the end of 2021. This was due to uncertainties regarding Covid restrictions going forward. England however has returned to limited restrictions which means gigs can go ahead once more without any COVID measures in place beyond the Governments basic guidelines.
Kaine finished up for 2021 with EP sessions at Unit One yesterday, as well as beginning to write a brand new song for a future album. The band will resume the remaining recording and production for the new album in 2022, as well as begin to record the new EP. The album and EP have both been delayed due to Covid-19 Restrictions throughout 2020 and 2021.
The band has been alerted to further restrictions being implemented by the UK Government soon which may restrict the band’s work in early 2022. The band is also reviewing the situation regarding their 2022 bookings whether or not to go ahead due to the risk of cancellations due to the recent dual Covid-19 epidemic of the Delta and Omicron variants currently impacting the UK.
We return to Unit One to continue our rehearsal sessions for our new album today. The drum recording sessions are now booked for the new album later this month with more details to be announced on the recording soon. The band is also working on their set for the 22nd at The Music Room, Ipswich which is now sold out.
The band will be back at Unit One Studio’s in Colchester today to continue work on the new album. Rage and Toby will be working to complete the studio scratch tracks this morning before heading over to the studio for rehearsals. The scratch tracks are the tracks the band will record to in the studio. The band is hoping to begin recording the album as soon as possible.
The band now has six dates for 2021 which are as follows:
Kaine are back in the studio today to work on their brand new album. Over the last few weeks the band has been working on getting tighter and more familiar with the new songs following the break due to COVID-19. Lyrics and vocals have also been worked on in recent weeks as the band prepares to begin recording the album as soon as possible.
Kaine are back at Unit One today to continue working and rehearsing new material for the new Kaine album. The band is hoping to begin recording the album soon and is currently getting back up to speed with the songs following the recent break due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Last week they began work on a brand new song for the album which can be heard on the footage above.
Kaine will return to rehearsals today at Unit One to continue their work on the new album. The album writing and rehearsal process has been suspended twice due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The band also recently finished working on a brand new EP which will be released soon. This was also held up by the UK Lockdown restrictions.
Kaine, who suspended their new album writing and rehearsal sessions last month due to the increasing risk of COVID-19 will be returning to rehearsals and writing for the new album this Sunday. Since the bands last rehearsal Pioneer Music in Colchester has closed down, so the band will be moving their rehearsals to Unit One studios, also in Colchester to resume work on the new album. The writing and recording of the new album has been suspended twice since the start of the pandemic. This weeks rehearsals will be filmed for YouTube and will be a very much get back up to speed session for the band.
The band will suspend their new album rehearsal and writing sessions due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak in the UK. This is due to people being at severe risk of infection in the immediate circle of the band, and with the new variant of the virus, younger people are now becoming more regularly infected. 1 in 20 people across all age groups in some areas of Essex are now infected with the virus and it was decided today by the band that suspending the album sessions was the safest decision moving forward.
Sessions will resume as soon as vaccinations become available and assuming rehearsals and recording sessions remain legal. This means that the new album, which the band began work on in late 2019, will be further delayed until further notice along with the new EP.
Tonight the UK Musicians Union has confirmed that studios that are Covid-19 safe can continue to offer both rehearsals and recording sessions under the new national lockdown. This means we will continue to write and rehearse our new album at Pioneer Music for the duration of the lockdown while remaining as safe as possible throughout the process.