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Richard Hawley to Release New Album, Shares “Heart of Oak” Video

Hollow Meadows Due out September 11 via Warner Bros., Jarvis Cocker Guests

Aug 20, 2015 Richard Hawley
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Sheffield, England-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Richard Hawley is back with a new album. Hollow Meadows is due out September 11 via Warner Bros. in the U.S. and Parlophone in the U.K. It’s the follow up to 2012’s Standing at the Sky’s Edge. Below you can stream the previously shared “Which Way” and watch the recent video for “Heart of Oak.”

The album was recorded at Sheffield’s Yellow Arch Studio in the spring 2015. Hawley demoed the songs in his shed studio with his longtime guitarist Shez Sheridan. Sheridan co-produced the album with Hawley and Colin Elliot. Jarvis Cocker of Pulp (Hawley was once Pulp’s touring guitarist) plays Rheem Kee super bass on “Nothing Like a Friend.” The album also features a chorus of Sheffield singers dubbed the Hick Street Chip Shop Singers, which includes Slow Club’s Rebecca Taylor. Below check out the two songs, tracklist, and album cover.

Hollow Meadows Tracklist:

1. I Still Want You

2. The World Looks Down

3. Which Way

4. Serenade Of Blue

5. Long Time Down

6. Nothing Like A Friend

7. Sometimes I Feel

8. Tuesday PM

9. Welcome The Sun

10. Heart Of Oak

11. What Love Means


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