Richard Hawley New Album Track Listing Revealed

Sixth solo album is out on September 21

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Richard Hawley has confirmed details about his forthcoming sixth studio album, called ‘Truelove’s Gutter’.

The album, released through Mute on September 21 features eight new tracks and was recorded in Hawley’s hometown, Sheffield.

Hawley describes the eccentric instrumentation on the new record by saying: “I use a load of odd sounds on this album that are not heard on many other records. The sounds in my head on a lot of the tracks – I didn’t even know what they were called!”

He adds: “I wanted it to be a listening experience from start to finish, where you couldn¹t just pause it and go off and watch Coronation Street or whatever. Sonically, it flows. It’s not jumping all over the place. It just has a mood that goes through the whole thing.”

Richard Hawley’s Truelove’s Gutter track listing will be:

‘As The Dawn Breaks’
‘Open Up The Door’
‘Ashes on The Fire’
‘Remorse Code’
‘Don¹t Get Hung Up in your Soul’
‘Soldier On’
‘For Your Lover, Give Some Time’
‘Don¹t You Cry’


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