Less than a year later, their debut CDEP was released. Goodmorning Russia was recorded at Rommarö Studios, known for recording Sahara Hotnights, The Motorhomes, Popsicle and more... It did very well and sold nearly 1500 copies in Scandinavia alone, which is very good considering the fact that the label didn’t have proper distribution at the time. In time for their Swedish tour with Logh (Bad Taste Records) in 2003 they did a limited one-off EP for Black Star Foundation (Tiger Lou, Koma, Plastic Pride) and started working on new material for their upcoming album.
After some major line-up changes (leaving only two original members, Claes & Anders) the new album, Heading for Mornings, was recorded at Euphony Studios by Jonas Sundberg (Melody Club) in January 2004. It features 10 amazing songs, some mellow and melodic and some more up-beat and catchy. It received a lot of praise in Swedish press (5/5 And the Sound, 5/5 Arbetarbladet, 4/5 Muzic.se, 4/5 Sydsvenskan...) and the fans love it! Jettie just got home from their European tour with the National Anthems (Defiance Records/Rough Trade) and will be touring alot more 2005. Read more on Last.fm.
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