Will Oldham to revisit back catalogue on new album

Songs Of Love And Horror comprises solo reworkings of Palace and Bonnie 'Prince' Billy songs

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Will Oldham has announced the release of a new album under his own name, coming via Domino on October 19.

Songs Of Love And Horror comprises stripped-down solo reworkings of songs previously issued under his Palace Brothers, Palace Music and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy monikers.

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The release of the album will accompanied by a book of the same name, published by WW Norton, compiling Oldham’s song lyrics from the last 25 years.

You can pre-order Songs Of Love And Horror (the album) here. Check out the album tracklisting below:

I See a Darkness
Ohio River Boat Song
So Far and Here We Are
The Way
Wai
The Glory Goes
Only Someone Running
Big Friday
Most People
Strange Affair
New Partner
Party With Marty (Abstract Blues)

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