New album Kensington is called Control
The new album from Kensington will appear on October 28 and is called Control. That made the Utrecht-based band Thursday announced via Twitter.
Kensington also released the first single of Control, Do I Ever.
“I think it’s exciting, yes,” gave guitarist Casper Starreveld on 3FM, one of the first radio stations where Do I Ever sat afternoon to hear. “What you used to always had on Saturday morning if you have a important contest had to play football. You have the desire, but it is also very exciting.”
Do I Ever go according to Starreveld about ‘your fist in the air stitches. “Ask yourself whether you have changed or not, but just go for it, whatever you do.” According to the guitarist, there is “a certain autobiographical cargo’ in the number.
The single is the first taste of Control, the fourth album from Kensington. That album was largely recorded in Rome. “Just for the adventure. We found it a beautiful city,” he said he won about the choice for the recording venue. “In any case not at home, out of your comfort zone, that helps us in making new things. That has hopefully had its effect on the music.”
The album title refers not only to the control that Kensington itself kept. “We’ve got a whole lot done, yes.”
The name also refers to ‘a certain point in your life or career in which there is a sort of risk is that you lose control’. “But it’s also very nice to have very good control. That balance in-between I find very exciting.”