Customers in the USA and Canada please note that we will be shipping Stolen Diamonds to you locally to save you cost and delivery time. Please note that this cheaper shipping rate is included in the item cost.
As you won't be asked for your shipping address at check out, please clearly write the following details in the notes section:
- Full Name
- Phone Number
This means we cannot ship other merchandise items with Stolen Diamonds. If you wish to purchase additional merchandise items from the store, please purchase in a separate order as they will be shipped separately (from Australia) to your Stolen Diamonds vinyl/CD.
Physical Vinyl & CD
For the collectors, we are making the physical pre-orders extra special for you. Here is what we have planned:
- All CD & Vinyl pre-orders will be signed by the whole band
- The CD features a signed, embossed, limited edition slip case
- The Vinyl features a signed, die cut, limited edition sleeve
The first Vinyl run will be limited edition premium quality 180gm, manufactured in Germany. The Stolen Diamonds artwork has been supremely adapted for vinyl, with all of the original album tracks across 2 records (4 sides). All shrink wrapped and packaged very carefully so that it arrives pristine to your door.
Stolen Diamonds is the seventh studio album from The Cat Empire. The band chose to record for the third time with friend and Producer Jan Skubiszewski, this time at Red Moon Studios in Gisbourne, in the country side outside of Melbourne.
Felix says this about the album:
“The band wanted to create an album full of songs that would translate directly onto an international festival stage. That’s really been the broad ambition of each album since Steal the Light. You could say that Steal the Light, Rising with the Sun, and Stolen Diamonds work as a trilogy - all produced with Jan, and all an integral part of our live sets around the world.
In terms of the production we weren’t afraid to add layers and experiment with sounds outside our usual collection. But we also kept coming back to the simplicity of the melodies and the song’s direct impact."