Ex-NIRVANA, SUBLIME And MEAT PUPPETS Members To Release Debut EYES ADRIFT CD
EYES ADRIFT, the new band formed by former NIRVANA bassist Chris Novoselic, MEAT PUPPETS singer/guitarist Curt Kirkwood and ex-SUBLIME/current LONG BEACH DUB ALLSTARS drummer Bud Gaugh, will release their eponymously-titled debut album on September 24th via SpinArt Records. Among the cuts set to appear on the CD are the following:
01. Sleight Of Hand
03. Inquiring Minds
05. Blind Me
06. Dottie Dawn & Julie Jewel
10. Slow Race
11. What I Said
EYES ADRIFT are set to embark on a tour in October and will likely stay on the road through early 2003. Novoselic and Kirkwood are also set to perform an acoustic set at the Samuel Adams World Class Summer Jam in Boston on August 23rd.
As previously reported, EYES ADRIFT made their Hollywood live debut on January 30th in front of a packed crowd that included former NIRVANA drummer and current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS bassist Flea.
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