Hear Beck’s new album Morning Phase ahead of official release

Beck is streaming his new album Morning Phase ahead of its official release. The Los Angeles singer-songwriter is letting fans listen to the record a week early via NPR. Click here to listen to the album before its release on February 24.

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Beck is streaming his new album Morning Phase ahead of its official release.

The Los Angeles singer-songwriter is letting fans listen to the record a week early via NPR. Click here to listen to the album before its release on February 24.

Beck recently revealed that some high profile collaborations could be made available later in the year. He told Billboard he set the tracks aside to focus on his new record but they could see the light of day before the end of 2014, “time willing”.

Speaking about Morning Phase in Uncut‘s 2014 Album Preview, Beck said: “I set out to make a gritty king of record, along the lines of those early ’70s singer-songwriter records. But the songs ended up having another quality to them. There are harmonies there: Simon & Garfunkel, Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Everly Brothers, The Stanley Brothers. The Mamas & The Papas, even.”


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