Hear Leonard Cohen’s new song, “You Want It Darker”

He's released the title track from his new album

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Leonard Cohen has released the title track from his forthcoming album, You Want it Darker, today – his 82nd birthday.

The album is due on October 21; it has been produced by Cohen’s son Adam.

You can hear the song below.

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The song features the Montreal’s Cantor Gideon Zelermyer and the Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue Choir; part of the song appeared in an episode of the BBC series, Peaky Blinders.

Click here to read Leonard Cohen’s 20 greatest songs as chosen by friends, family and collaborators

The tracklisting for You Want It Darker is:

You Want It Darker
Treaty
On the Level
Leaving the Table
If I Didn’t Have Your Love
Travelling Light
Seemed the Better Way
Steer Your Way
String Reprise/Treaty

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