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Jamie Lidell Announces New Album, Shares “Walk Right Back” Lyric Video

Building a Beginning Due Out October 14 via Jajulin

Jul 12, 2016 Jamie Lidell Photography by Lindsey Rome Bookmark and Share

Jamie Lidell has announced a new album, Building a Beginning, and shared its first single, “Walk Right Back,” via a lyric video. Building a Beginning is due out October 14 via Lidell’s own label, Jajulin. Below is “Walk Right Back,” followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art.

Building a Beginning is Lidell’s sixth album and the follow-up to 2013’s Jamie Lidell. A press release describes it as Lidell’s most personal album. The album’s second track, “Julian,” is named after Lidell’s young son, his first child. “I wanted to write something that he wants to jump around to,” Lidell says in a press release. Lidell’s wife, artist and onetime Under the Radar photographer Lindsey Rome, co-wrote the album’s lyrics and also took his press photos.

The album also features: Pino Palladino (bass, D’Angelo, Gary Numan, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Eric Clapton), DaRu Jones (drums, Jack White), Pat Sansone (multi-instrumentalist, Wilco), Kudisan Kai, Traci Brown Bailey, and Tiffany Smith (backup-vocals, Chaka Khan), production from Justin Stanley (Beck, Prince, Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney) and Ben Ash (Two Inch Punch), and mixing from Jake Aron (Le1f, Fort Lean).

Also read our 2013 Self-Portrait interview with Lidell.

Building a Beginning Tracklist:

1. Building a Beginning
2. Julian
3. I Live to Make You Smile
4. Find It Hard to Say
5. Me and You
6. How Did I Live Before Your Love
7. Walk Right Back
8. Nothing’s Gonna Change
9. In Love and Alone
10. Motionless
11. Believe In Me
12. I Stay Inside
13. Precious Years
14. Don’t Let Me Let You Go

Jamie Lidell and The Royal Pharaohs Tour Dates:

20-Aug Hasselt, Belgium Pukkelpop
18 Oct Nijmegen, NLD oornroosje
20-Oct Brussels, Belgium Brussels AB
21-Oct Paris, France Trianon
22-Oct Hamburg, Germany Uebel & Gefaehrich
23-Oct Berlin, Germany Astra
25-Oct Amsterdam, NL Paradiso
26-Oct Brighton, UK Concorde 2
27-Oct London, UK koko
28-Oct Manchester, UK Gorilla
30-Oct Cologne, Germany Kantine
31-Oct Munich, Germany Technikum
1-Nov Zurich, Switzerland Kaufleuten
2 Nov Berne, Switzerland Bierhebeli
4 Nov Linz, AustriaAhoi Pop Festival


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