The String Cheese Incident Enters Studio With Jerry Harrison

 Photo by C. Taylor Crothers

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n October 14 The String Cheese Incident kick off an extensive fall tour with the first of two shows at Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis. Before they hit the road, SCI has reconvened in their studio/practice/storage space to record with producer Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads fame. Harrison produced the band’s last studio album, 2014’s Song In My Head.

The String Cheese Incident documented the beginning of their “new creative adventure” with a series of Instagram and Twitter posts last night. Take a look:

Getting ready for new creative adventures

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New gear to play with

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Back with Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads). We're getting our new studio/practice/storage space together

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Getting drum sounds for recording

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Late last year bassist Keith Moseley told Hey Reverb the band did plan to record this year with the aim of releasing a new album in 2016. Over the summer SCI shared an early version of one of the newest songs in the group’s repertoire – “Stop, Drop, Roll.” We’ll soon find out if they debut new material over the course of their upcoming tour.

In case you missed it, JamBase premiered the 22-minute “Got What He Wanted” off the band’s new live archival release, Rhythm Of The Road: Volume 2, Live In Las Vegas.

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