Watch Van Morrison’s new video for “Every Time I See A River”

The song was co-written with Don Black

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Van Morrison has released a new video for his song, “Every Time I See A River“.

The track – co-written with Don Black – is taken from Morrison’s new studio album, Keep Me Singing.

Morrison’s 36th studio album, it’s due for release on September 30 through Caroline Records.

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The tracklisting for Keep Me Singing is:
Let It Rhyme
Every Time I See A River
Keep Me Singing
Out In The Cold Again
Memory Lane
The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword
Holy Guardian Angel
Share Your Love With Me
In Tiburon
Look Beyond The Hill
Going Down To Bangor
Too Late
Caledonia Swing

Van Morrison will play 7 live dates across the UK in October and November, beginning with a headline performance at Bluesfest 2016 at London’s O2 and culminating in a show at Manchester’s O2 Apollo.

30th October – Bluesfest 2016, The O2, London
8th November – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
9th November – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
13th November – Playhouse, Edinburgh
14th November – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
28th November – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
29th November – O2 Apollo, Manchester

The December 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on Pink Floyd, plus a free CD compiled by Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner that includes tracks by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Sleaford Mods, Yo La Tengo, Can. Elsewhere in the issue, there’s The Damned, Julia Holter, Desert Trip, Midlake, C86, David Pajo, Nils Frahm and the New Classical, David Bowie, Tim Buckley, REM, Norah Jones, Morphine, The Pretenders and more plus 140 reviews

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