Wilco Near Completion Of New Album

Feist contributes vocals to one track on the June release

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Wilco have posted details about their forthcoming studio album at their website wilcoworld.net.

The follow-up to 2007’s Sky Blue Sky is currently being mixed and is expected to be released through Nonesuch records in June.

Final track on the new album “You And I” has vocals contributed by singer Feist.

More info here: wilcoworld.net

The tracklisting so far stands at:

‘Deeper Down’
‘Conscript (aka I’ll Fight)’
‘One Wing’
Solitaire’
‘Wilco (the song)’
‘Country Disappeared’
‘Everlasting’
‘Bull Black Nova’
‘Sonny Feeling’
‘You And I’


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