James Blunt introduced his new album, ‘Who We Used To Be’, while “locked in a cabinet”.
The ‘You are Lovely’ hitmaker took to social media from the cabinet to announce his follow-up to 2019’s ‘As soon as Upon a Thoughts’ shall be launched on October 27, while additionally sharing his new rock ballad ‘Beside You’ about “being with “the one”.
James – who has been married to the mom of his two sons, Sofia Wellesley, since 2014 – stated in a press release concerning the tune: “It’s a little bit of a celebration.
“An upbeat banger about lastly being with the one you’ve been trying to find your complete life.”
Within the Instagram clip, seemingly joking while holding a straight face, James says: “Hey of us, I am locked in a cabinet. So When you do not hear from me once more, please go on the information. I’ve received a brand new album out on October twenty seventh referred to as ‘Who We Used To Be’ and you’ll pre-order it now. And my new single ‘Beside You’ is out as we speak.”
The album’s cowl is an image of James as a younger boy taking part in with a small airplane, suggesting it is an album of deep reflection.
The brand new file follows his current best hits assortment, ‘The Stars Beneath My Toes’, which went Gold promoting greater than 100,000 copies.
The ‘Carry You Dwelling’ hitmaker – who is commonly topped The King of Twitter, because of his witty responses to trolls – scored a Prime 5 album with the predecessor.
After bidding farewell to his army profession, James, 49, rose to fame in 2004 with the discharge of his acclaimed debut album ‘Again to Bedlam’, which catapulted him to world stardom with hit singles ‘You are Lovely’ and ‘Goodbye My Lover’.
That album alone offered greater than 11 million copies worldwide, topping the UK Albums Chart and peaking at quantity two within the US.
‘Who We Used To Be’ track-listing:
1. ‘Saving A Life’
2. ‘Some Type Of Lovely’
3. ‘Beside You’
4. ‘Final Dance’
5.’All The Love That I Ever Wanted’
6. ‘The Woman That By no means Was’
7. ‘Chilly Shoulder’
8. ‘I Gained’t Die With You’
9. ‘Darkish Thought’