The quartet will release their third album in August on the Snowhite imprint.
Stuart David Price, Johnny Blake, Adam Blake and Jasmin O'Meara seemingly disappeared after their 2003 self-titled full-length. But frustratingly brief teaser singles in 2007 and 2008 have kept hope alive that the group was simply hard at work on their next opus. Those hopes have been realized in the form of Things Are What They Used to Be, a 12-track record that once again utilizes the hyper-melodic talents of Price—the producer behind Madonna's Confessions on a Dance Floor—to help the songs along their way to pop perfection. We haven't heard the results yet—aside from samples on MySpace—but it seems as though that's very much the case yet again, with Price and the two Blakes sharing songwriting duties.
01. Just A Friend Of Mine
02. Lonely By Your Side
03. More Than Ever
05. Take You Higher
07. Lust Forever
09. We Won’t Break
10. Things Are What They Used To Be
11. Blue Sea
12. Live In My Head
Zoot Woman will release Things Are What They Used to Be in August 2009.