Ben Howard Reveals Details Of New Album

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Following the massive await since ‘Every Kingdom’ in 2011, Ben Howard has just announced details of his second album ‘I Forget Where We Were’, set for release on October 20th.

Produced by Ben himself and drummer Chris Bond at Devon’s Start Point Farm Studios, the album will be released through Island Records.

With ‘Every Kingdom’ having sold over 1 million copies worldwide, the highly anticipated new album is looking set to follow suit, given the two tasters Ben has given us this month – ‘End Of The Affair’ and the newly revealed title track ‘I Forget Where We Were’.

Ben is set to play a run of European dates, beginning at the end of this month.

Catch him at the following dates:

31st August – Jersey Live Festival

4th September – Hackney Empire, London SOLD OUT

6th September – Into The Great Wide Open Festival, Vlieland

8th September – Paradiso, Amsterdam SOLD OUT

9th September – Admiralspalast, Berlin SOLD OUT

11th September – Alhambra, Paris SOLD OUT

 

We await details of a UK tour to coincide the album.

 

‘I Forget Where We Were’ tracklisting:

1. Small Things

2. Rivers In Your Mouth

3. I Forget Where We Were

4. In Dreams

5. She Treats Me Well

6. Time Is Dancing

7. Evergreen

8. End Of The Affair

9. Conrad

10. All Is Now Harmed

 

Check out title track ‘I Forget Where We Were’ below:

 

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