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Damon Albarn Announces New Album, “Everyday Robots”

Listen to New Title Track

Jan 20, 2014 Damon Albarn Bookmark and Share

Damon Albarn has announced the upcoming release of a new solo album titled Everyday Robots. Featuring contributions from Brian Eno and Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan, the forthcoming LP is was described last year as being a “sort of folk soul” project by Albarn in an interview with Rolling Stone. A press release describes the songs’ “subject matter is more directly personal than before and is inspired by Albarn’s experiences from early childhood to now, including the trappings of our modern existence, computer games, mobile phones and nature versus technology.”

On March 3 the album’s title track will be released as a limited edition 7’’ including a non-album b-side titled “Fences.” A deluxe edition of the record will be packaged with a DVD featuring Albarn performing a number of the tracks live in Los Angeles’ Fox Studios. Scroll down below to listen to the album’s title track in a music video by Aitor Throup, who used “CGI software and actual cranial scans to create a unique digital portrait of Damon.” Everyday Robots comes out April 28 in the UK and April 29 in the U.S.

Everyday Robots:

Everyday Robots
Lonely Press Play
Mr. Tembo
The Selfish Giant
You and Me
Hollow Ponds
Seven High
Photographs (You Are Taking Now)
The History of a Cheating Heart
Heavy Seas of Love

Everyday Robots DVD

Track x Track Video (Bundle Only)
Everyday Robots (Live From Fox Studios Los Angeles)
Hostiles (Live From Fox Studios Los Angeles)
Lonely Press Play (Live From Fox Studios Los Angeles)
Hollow Ponds (Live From Fox Studios Los Angeles)



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