Dave Davies announces new album, Open Road

It's released on March 31

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Dave Davies has announced details of a new album, Open Road.

The album has been written and produced in collaboration with his son, Russ Davies.

Open Road will be released on March 31 via Red River Entertainment.

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On collaborating with his son, Davies Snr said, “Working with my son was a delight and he made me realize a lot about myself. I feel an almost strange magnetic loving energy pervading through the whole work. I found it very demanding emotionally and I wanted it to have integrity. Even though Russ is my son we happened to both gel with the ideals, stories and motives of the work; the honesty, the purity of it, and its deceptive simplicity and wonder of it.”

The tracklisting for Open Road is:

Path Is Long
Open Road
Don’t Wanna Grow Up
King of Diamonds
Forgiveness
Sleep On It
Slow Down
Love Has Rules Of Its Own
Chemtrails

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