PAUL WELLER – ” A Kind Revolution “

Posted: April 7, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Paul Weller

Paul Weller has announced a new album and 2018 UK arena tour – listen to two tracks from the new album below.

The former Jam, Style Council frontman is gearing up to release his thirteenth solo studio album later this year, which follows 2015’s ‘Saturns Pattern’.

Paul Weller’s new record will go by the title ‘A Kind Revolution’, and will see its release on May 12th. It’s with great excitement we announce Paul Weller’s 13th solo studio album .

Work began on the new record immediately after finishing 2015’s ‘Saturns Pattern’ and once again features the full spectrum of Weller’s influences, from rock to R&B, soul to jazz, and funk to folk.

Along with Weller’s touring band faithful Andy Crofts, Ben Gordelier, Steve Cradock and Steve Pilgrim, the new record features appearances from soul legends PP Arnold and Madeleine Bell, Soft Machine’s Robert Wyatt, The Strypes’ guitarist Josh McClorey and none other than Boy George. It was recorded at Weller’s Black Barn Studios HQ and produced and arranged by Jan ‘Stan’ Kybert and Weller himself.

‘A Kind Revolution’ will be available on CD, special edition 3CD set, 12″ vinyl LP, and limited edition deluxe 10″ vinyl box set, with both the standard and deluxe tracks available for download. Special edition bonuses include instrumentals, alternate versions and remixes.

Weller has also shared two new songs from ‘A Kind Revolution’ – listen to ‘Nova’ and ‘Long Long Road’ .

Weller has also announced a new string of tour dates for 2018, which will see the 58-year-old take on some of the UK’s biggest arenas. These new live dates will follow an existing tour of the country’s more intimate venues which kicks off at London’s 229 venue .


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