Ska Vengers re­lease sec­ond al­bum

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Sa­marth Goyal sa­marth.goyal@hin­dus­tan­times.com

It took them four years, but Delhi based band Ska Vengers are fi­nally out with their sec­ond al­bum. While the band took only a year to record their de­but al­bum, the acts’ per­cus­sion­ist Ste­fan Kaye ex­plains why it took a long time to come out with the al­bum. “We had al­ready started record­ing for the sec­ond al­bum soon af­ter we re­leased our first al­bum. There weren’t any record la­bels which were on our heads ask­ing us to cut out songs in a par­tic­u­lar time frame. We had re­leased our de­but al­bum and weren’t un­der any pres­sure to be known or any­thing,” he says. He adds, “Also, we are not rich peo­ple. The money we make these days, is through live shows. And there’s a lot of cap­i­tal that is re­quired to pro­duce an al­bum. So we had to wait and take it slow and col­lect enough money to over a pe­riod of time to record the en­tire al­bum.”

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