The concert footage from KITTIE's South American shows on November 16, 2007 in Chile and November 17, 2007 in Sao Paulo, Brazil has been posted on Woozyfly.com.An audio interview with KITTIE frontwoman Morgan Lander conducted last month by DJ Ravenwolf of Caya Radio is available for download as an MP3 file at this location. Lander called in from Ontario Canada to chat about some of the nuts and bolts of the music business and the things she and the rest of the group have gone through, both personally and as a band, over the years. KITTIE's video for the track "Funeral for Yesterday" can be viewed at YouTube. The clip was shot on February 5, 2007 on Long Island, New York. KITTIE's new album, "Funeral for Yesterday" — which was released via the band's own record label, X of Infamy — was recorded at Retromedia Studio in Red Bank, New Jersey with producer Jack Ponti, who has previously worked with BON JOVI, SKID ROW, and ALICE COOPER. The band mixed the effort with producer Kevin Shirley (IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER).
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