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Guitarist for the legendary Brit band The Smiths, Johnny Marr will release his second solo album Playland on October 7 via Warner Music Group. The new project, the follow up to Marr's well-received debut The Messenger, finds Marr continuing his collaboration with co-producer Doviak and features musicians that performed on the debut and the accompanying tour. "When The Messenger came out I kept on writing, " says Marr. "I liked that the band had a momentum going on tour and a connection with the audience, and I thought that energy would be good to capture on the new record."
Multi-platinum Irish trio The Script have announced the release of their fourth album No Sound Without Silence on September 30 via Columbia. Arena friendly lead track "Superheroes" dropped to radio and online today -- stream below. The new project follows up the band's 2012 release #3 featuring the #1 hit single "Hall of Fame," a track that scored 5 million downloads, 133 million youtube views and over 100 million Spotify plays.
Alt-country legend Lucinda Williams will release her eleventh studio album -- and first ever double studio collection -- Down Where The Spirit Meets the Bone on September 30 via her own Highway 20 records. Eighteen of the album's twenty songs were written solo by Williams, though one song, "Compassion," is Williams first ever co-write with her father, poet Miller Williams. Another, "Magnolia," credits the late JJ Cale.
Veteran L.A. songwriter Jackson Browne has announced the release of his new studio album Standing In The Breach for October 7. According to a press release, the ten song album, his fourteenth studio project in a career spanning more than forty years, is said to be "deeply personal and political, exploring love, hope, and defiance in the face of the advancing uncertainties of modern life." Browne and his band -- including guitarist Val McCallum and pedal steel master Greg Leisz -- begin an extensive tour this fall in support of Standing In the Breach. "This is my ideal band, with some of my favorite players, all of whom appear on the new CD, and whose combined gifts provide the musical foundation and emotional underpinnings of my new songs," says Browne. "The interplay between Val McCallum and Greg Leisz on this album - the effortlessness of their chemistry is a gift really, that just dropped into my lap. I feel fortunate to have them out on the road for this tour."
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