Tom Waits To Release Limited Edition Single

The songwriter supports 'Record Store Day'

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Tom Waits is to release an exclusive limited edition 7” single to support ‘Record Store Day’ which takes place on Saturday April 18.

Featuring two live tracks from last year’s ‘Glitter & Doom’ tour, the A side features “Lucinda/Ain’t Goin’ Down to the Well”, recorded live in Atlanta and “Bottom of the World” recorded at the Edinburgh Playhouse on B side.

Celebrating the importance of the independent record shop, Waits comments: “The record store is the livery stable where I can tie up, feed and groom my ears.”

Waits is also currently working on material for a new studio album.

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