Elsewhere for 8 Minutes (1997)
Desert Lights (2006)
Something for Kate (also seen as SFK) are an Australian alternative rock band, which formed in 1994 with Paul Dempsey on lead vocals and guitar, and Clint Hyndman on drums. They were joined in 1998 by Stephanie Ashworth on bass guitar and backing vocals. The group have released six studio albums: both The Official Fiction (August 2003) and Desert Lights (June 2006) topped the ARIA Albums Chart; while Beautiful Sharks (June 1999), Echolalia (June 2001) and Leave Your Soul to Science (September 2012) reached the top 10. Two of their singles have reached the ARIA top 20: "Monsters" (April 2001) and "Déjà Vu" (July 2003). The band have received a total of 11 nominations for ARIA Music Awards in 1999, 2001 and 2003. Something for Kate have toured extensively in Australia and internationally, supporting Pavement, Swervedriver, Powderfinger, David Bowie and You Am I. They have been supported, in turn, by Caustic Soda, Big Heavy Stuff, Augie March, Crooked Fingers, Angus & Julia Stone and Death Cab for Cutie. In 2005 Ashworth and Dempsey married.