Ryan Adams has revealed details of his new album Big Colors. As uDiscover Music previously reported, the highly prolific US singer-songwriter announced his new record’s arrival last night, but now – via The Washington Post’s Power Up newsletter, he’s revealed the details of its contents and Big Colors tracklist.
Big Colors was produced by Adams, Beatriz Artola, and Don Was and it’s due out on 19 April 19 via Blue Note, Capitol and Adams’ own Pax-Am label.
Was, who became president of the famous Blue Note in 2012, told Power Up: “I wish everyone could witness the awe-inspiring sight of Ryan Adams recording in the studio…the endless flow of brilliant ideas is mind blowing and he’s clearly tapped into the deepest reaches of the Creative Ether.
“His forthcoming album(s) elevate his art form to a whole new stratosphere and it’s an honor and a thrill for all of us at Blue Note Records to work with him. Oh yeah… one other thing: he’s the most underrated guitarist in rock n roll.”
The Washington Post article also confirmed Adams would be releasing a second album later this year, which will be called Wednesdays. The arrival of that record has also been teased across social media recently, but as yet a release date has not yet been revealed, however.
Big Colors follows 2017’s Prisoner. Adams also shared a collection of unreleased Prisoner B-sides. Last year, he contributed a Tegan and Sara cover to The Con X: Covers and shared his own original track ‘Baby I Love You.’
Big Colors tracklist is as follows:
‘Do Not Disturb’
‘It’s So Quiet, It’s Loud’
‘(Expletive) the Rain’
‘Dreaming You Backwards’
‘What Am I’
‘In It For The Pleasure’
‘Middle of the Line’
‘I’m Sorry and I Love You’
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