Hear “I Hear You Paint Houses” featuring Van Morrison

Robbie Robertson has announced details of his new solo album, Sinematic.

The record is Robertson’s first new solo release since 2011’s How To Become Clairvoyant.

Below, you can hear “I Hear You Paint Houses” from the album. The track features Van Morrison and will appear in Martin Scorsese‘s new film, The Irishman.

Sinematic is set for release on September 20 via UMC. The album is available now for preorder on CD,
digital and 180-gram 2LP, with a Deluxe Edition, limited to 1000 copies, to follow on October 25.

The album also ties in with a new documentary, Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band, based on his 2016 memoir, Testimony. The film is due to premiere on September 5 at the 44th Toronto International Film Festival.

Aside from Van Morrison, other guests on the album include Jim Keltner, Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II.

SINEMATIC CD/DIGITAL TRACK LIST
I Hear You Paint Houses
Once Were Brothers
Dead End Kid
Hardwired
Walk In Beauty Way
Let Love Reign
Shanghai Blues
Wandering Souls
Street Serenade
The Shadow
Beautiful Madness
Praying For Rain
Remembrance

SINEMATIC 2LP VINYL TRACK LIST
SIDE A
I Hear You Paint Houses
Once We Were Brothers
Dead End Kid

SIDE B
Hardwired
Walk In Beauty Way
Let Love Reign

SIDE C
Shanghai Blues
Wandering Souls
Street Serenade
The Shadow

SIDE D
Beautiful Madness
Praying For Rain
Remembrance

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