Former THE 3RD AND THE MORTAL Singer To Release New Album In September

Former THE 3RD AND THE MORTAL "goddess of beauty" Kari Rueslåtten (presently known simply as Kari) will release her fourth solo album, "Other People's Stories", on September 27 through GMR Music. To celebrate the CD release, Kari and her band will play at Blå in Oslo on September 30. A live video was recently shot for the album's title track.

The follow-up to 2002's "Pilot" is said to be "filled with [Kari's] best songs to date as well as wonderfully produced."

With regards to the album's title, Kari had previously stated, "The idea behind this title is that all the songs tell somebody's story, but their story could also be my own. People make choices that sometimes is beyond our understanding. But if we were to be in their position we might have done exactly the same."


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