The band is fresh off a 32-date trek across Europe. They’ve been busy supporting their fourth album, Almost Happy, which was released in September 2000 in Europe. Almost Happy hits North American shelves May 7 and will be accompanied by a special live disc of recorded concerts from Belgium, Holland, France, and Germany during 2001. The live disc features songs from the group’s first three albums.

K’s Choice have enjoyed widespread success in their homeland and throughout Europe. The band’s debut, The Great Subconscious Club, was released under the name The Choice in 1993. The Choice hit the road running the following year, supporting groups like Morphine, The Proclaimers and the Indigo Girls in Europe and America.

While touring with the Indigo Girls in the States, The Choice became K’s Choice after another band claimed rights to the name. The “K” in the band’s name is taken from Jozef K, the key protagonist in Kafka’s “The Trial.”

K’s Choice’s follow-up album, Paradise In Me, spawned the international hit single “Not An Addict.” Subsequently, K’s Choice were invited to join Alanis Morissette on her North American stadium tour. They went on to support The Verve Pipe and Tonic.

While “Not An Addict” remains the song K’s Choice are best known for in the States, they’ve certainly not dropped off the radar. Steady gigs on several Lilith Fairs have kept the band busy in the U.S. and they regularly tour Europe.