After breaking up back in October 2010 and temporarily reuniting last year, Confide have announced that they are back together for good and are working on a new album. They have begun using Kickstarter to fund their new record and will need $30,000 by October 1st to record it. They explain:
“The minimum goal that we discussed and chose for this project to happen was $30,000. The initial sight of that number may be overwhelming, but when taken into consideration that the average album cost (supported by a record label) is anywhere from $20,000 to $100,000 (give or take, based on different circumstances), we believed that this was a reasonable goal. Every cent being raised is being poured directly back into this album, as the video above briefly explains. Please keep in mind that $30,000 is our “minimum” goal for this project; that amount has been budgeted out to be just enough to fund the entire writing and recording process properly. Anything over $30,000 would allow us to financially invest more into this album, providing an even better record for you!
If you want to back this project, then please take a look at our rewards and find one (or more) that suits you best! We put a lot of thought into the process of deciding which rewards would best represent us, as a band that has always loved our fans, as well as would be financially feasible for those that are backing this project. If you can’t financially support this project, but want to take part in making this album happen then your help promoting this Kickstarter is just as important; whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, etc. or just word of mouth, we would love all of you to be a part of this!“
Confide’s last studio album, Recover, was released in May 2010 on Tragic Hero Records, just five months before they announced their breakup.Add Confide to My Radar