Leonard Cohen streams forthcoming album, Popular Problems

Leonard Cohen is streaming his new studio album, Popular Problems, ahead of its official release on September 22. The LP, which comes out the day after his 80th birthday, is the singer's 13th studio album. It was co-written and produced by Patrick Leonard, who worked with Cohen on his last album, 2012's Old Ideas. Cohen is not planning any live dates around the release. Visit NPR to listen to the album early.

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Leonard Cohen is streaming his new studio album, Popular Problems, ahead of its official release on September 22.

The LP, which comes out the day after his 80th birthday, is the singer’s 13th studio album. It was co-written and produced by Patrick Leonard, who worked with Cohen on his last album, 2012’s Old Ideas. Cohen is not planning any live dates around the release. Visit NPR to listen to the album early.

Popular Problems is Cohen’s second album since his return to the stage in 2008 after a 15-year absence.

Popular Problems tracklisting:

‘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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