Harry Connick Jr will release new album That Would Be Me on 23rd October 2015 through Sony Music.
Connick has worked with producers Eg White and Butch Walker for the album. That Would Be Me was recorded in London and features 11 songs giving new insights into Connick’s artistry. The first single from the album is (I Do) Like We Do.
“For the most part, nobody’s ever made musical decisions for me before,” said Connick. “This is brand new territory. I’m used to jumping in head-first, but all of a sudden I found myself not in full control of the wheel anymore.” Connick notes that he picked up on both producers’ styles as they began working together. “Butch is more of a ‘let’s play the song in the room’ kind of guy, so we invited a couple more musicians in; with Eg, it was a completely different experience – it was just the two of us in a room writing, starting with an idea, a groove or a chord or melody line.”
That Would Be Me is a sharp contrast to previous album Every Man Should Know. The full tracklisting for the album is:
1. (I Like It When You) Smile
2. (I Do) Like We Do
3. Tryin’ To Matter
5. Do You Really Need Her
6. You Don’t Need A Man
7. You Have No Idea
8. Where Prisoners Drown
9. (I Think I) Love U A Little Bit
10. Every Time I Fall In Love
11. Right Where It Hurts
See Harry talking about his new single (I Do) Like We Do below: