Mazzy Star to release first new album in 17 years

Mazzy Star to release first new album in 17 years

Mazzy Star are set to release their first new album in 17 years, Seasons Of Your Day.

The band's fourth studio album will come out on September 24 and was recorded in California and Norway. Click below to listen to the first single from the album, "California". The album follows 1990's She Hangs Brightly, 1993's So Tonight That I Might See and 1996's Among My Swan.

Written by Hope Sandoval and David Roback, the new album follows the 2011 release of the single "Common Burn"/"Lay Myself Down", and features a guest spot from the late guitarist Bert Jansch, on the track "Spoon". The band will tour Europe and North America this autumn after appearances last year at the Coachella and Field Day festivals.

The tracklisting for Seasons Of Your Day is:

'In The Kingdom'
'I've Gotta Stop'
'Does Someone Have Your Baby Now'
'Common Burn'
'Seasons Of Your Day'
'Flying Low'
'Lay Myself Down'

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