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Listen to the new Beth Orton album here

Listen to the new Beth Orton album here

Brit folk-pop queen Beth Orton returns this month with her fourth album, ‘Comfort of Strangers’. The 14-song long LP, described in the March edition of Uncut as ‘her most accomplished yet’, was recorded in two weeks with producer Jim O'Rourke and is released across the UK next week.

You can hear the album, in full and exclusively on uncut.co.uk now. Simply click on the links below to listen.

Track 1 - 'Worms'

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Track 2 - 'Countenance'

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Track 3 - 'Heartland Truckstop'

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Track 4 - 'Rectify'

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Track 5 - 'Comfort Of Strangers'

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Track 6 - 'Shadow Of A Doubt'

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Track 7 - 'Conceived'

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Track 8 - 'Absinthe'

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Track 9 - 'A Place Inside'

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Track 10 - 'Safe In Your Arms'

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Track 11 - 'Shopping Trolley'

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Track 12 - 'Feral Children'

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Track 13 - 'Heart Of Soul'

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Track 14 - 'Pieces Of Sky'

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