British singer James Blunt has broken cover on his upcoming album ‘Moon Landing’.
The singer, famous for his singles ‘You’re Beautiful’ and ‘Goodbye My Lover’, revealed the image overnight, at the same time confirming that the LP would be made available in both standard and deluxe editions; the latter containing three bonus tracks (‘Telephone’, ‘Kiss This Love Goodbye’ and ‘Hollywood’).
Warner Music has previously revealed that James go back to basics on ‘Moon Landing’, once again teaming up with producer Tom Rothrock, with whom he collaborated on his debut release ‘Back To Bedlam’.
“This is a much more personal album,” James said. “It’s about me and Tom, the producer, finding where the story all started and where we are now. I’m not trying to prove anything, I haven’t been trying to second-guess the audience or over-thinking things. It’s just me alone in a sound-booth, looking through the glass at Tom, trying to express myself simply and honestly. This is the album I would have recorded, perhaps, if ‘Back To Bedlam’ hadn’t sold anything.”
Lead single ‘Bonfire Heart’ will precede the release of the LP in Australia on Friday October 18. It’s available for pre-order now.
01. Face The Sun
03. Bonfire Heart
04. Heart To Heart
05. Miss America
06. The Only One
07. Sun On Sunday
09. Always Hate Me
11. Blue On Blue
12. Telephone (Deluxe)
13. Kiss This Love Goodbye (Deluxe)
14. Hollywood (Deluxe)