Hear track from Leonard Cohen’s new album Popular Problems + tracklisting revealed!

Leonard Cohen has confirmed details of his forthcoming new album, Popular Problems. The album will be released on September 22, a day after his 80th birthday. It is Cohen's 13th studio album. Those who pre-order Popular Problems digitally will receive an instant download of his new song, “Almost Like The Blues”. You can hear the song below.

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Leonard Cohen has confirmed details of his forthcoming new album, Popular Problems.

The album will be released on September 22, a day after his 80th birthday.

It is Cohen’s 13th studio album.

Those who pre-order Popular Problems digitally will receive an instant download of his new song, “Almost Like The Blues”.

You can hear the song below.




The complete tracklisting for Popular Problems is:

Slow
Almost Like The Blues
Samson In New Orleans
A Street
Did I Ever Love You
My Oh My
Nevermind
Born In Chains
You Got Me Singing



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