James’ 15th studio album released in August 2018.
Hank / Coming Home (Pt.2) / Leviathan / Heads / Many Faces / How Hard The Day / Extraordinary Times / Picture Of This Place / Hope To Sleep / Better Than That / Mask / What’s It All About
Deluxe CD Bonus Tracks:
Backwards Glances (bonus) / Moving Car (demo) / Overdose (demo) / Trouble (demo)
|Release Name:||Living In Extraordinary Times|
|Release Date:||3 August 2018|
Living in Extraordinary Times is produced by Mercury and Brit Award winner Charlie Andrew (whose previous work includes alt-J and Wolf Alice) and rising star Beni Giles.
It follows the release of the recent Better Than That EP, James’s first new music since their hugely successful 2016 album ‘Girl at the End of the World’, which debuted at number two in the UK album charts.
This is the band’s 15th studio album, and delivers the same vigour and urgency and its predecessors, a fusion of social commentary and personal reflection, covering everything from the current political climate in America in frustration-charged ‘Hank’, to lonesome Father’s Day in heartfelt ‘Coming Home (Pt. 2)’, the latter of which also features keyboard from long-time collaborator Brian Eno.
- Backwards Glances : 2018
- Better Than That : 2018
- Coming Home (Pt.2) : 2018
- Extraordinary Times : 2018
- Hank : 2018
- Heads : 2018
- Hope To Sleep : 2018
- How Hard The Day : 2018
- Leviathan : 2018
- Many Faces : 2018
- Mask : 2018
- Moving Car : 2018
- Overdose : 2018
- Picture Of This Place : 2018
- Trouble : 2018
- What’s It All About : 2018
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