It’s been six long years since British singer-songwriter Beth Orton furnished her fans with an album of new material. But as they say in the classics, the wait is almost over, with Warner Music today confirming the local release of Beth’s new album ‘Sugaring Season’ in early October.
‘Sugaring Season’ is the long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s ‘Comfort Of Strangers’ and though much of Beth’s earlier material featured more electronic influences, we’re told to expect something a little more organic, introspective and raw this time around.
“I stretched myself as a singer on this record and used voices I never have before as a writer,” Beth said in a statement. “A lot of the writing on this record happened in the dead of night, when spiders mend their webs, with an infant asleep in the next room… as a result, my writing became a secret again: illicit and my own.”
Fans can get a little taste of what to expect from the track ‘Something More Beautiful’, a video for which you’ll find HERE.
‘Sugaring Season’ will be released in Australia on Friday October 05.
02. Dawn Chorus
04. Something more Beautiful
05. Call me the Breeze
06. Poison Tree
07. See through Blue
08. Last Leaves of Autumn
09. State of Grace