Tori Amos Confirms New Album

The singer also to perform live at the Savoy Theatre

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Tori Amos is to release a new album called ‘Abnormally Attracted To Sin’ on May 18.

Amos’ tenth studio album, will be preceded by a single “Welcome To England” on May 25.

‘Abnormally Attracted To Sin’ is Amos’ first album since finishing her contract with Epic.

The album will be available as a deluxe package, including a DVD of 16 Christian Lamb ‘visualettes’.

Amos is also to play a one-off London live gig at the Savoy Theatre on April 27.

The tracklisting for ‘Abnormally Attracted To Sin’ is:

‘Give’
‘Welcome To England’
‘Strong Black Vine’
‘Flavour’
‘Not Dying Today’
‘Maybe California’
‘Curtain Call’
‘Fire To Your Plain’
‘Police Me’
‘That Guy’
‘Abnormally Attracted To Sin’
‘500 Miles’
‘Mary Jane’
‘Starling’
‘Fast Horse’
‘Ophelia’
‘Lady In Blue’
‘Oscar’s Theme’ (UK bonus track)


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