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Jim Lauderdale unveils new track Listen

Take a listen to the new track right here.

Jim Lauderdale
Credit: Giulia McGauran

Jim Lauderdale has unveiled Listen as the second single from his upcoming album From Another World, released via Yep Roc Ron 21st June 2019.

Described as ‘an antidote to the fighting and divisiveness that is pervasive in the world’ the song encourages the listener to ‘listen’. Take a listen to the song below:

The video features Lauderdale showing off his Tai Chi skills.

From Another World is Lauderdale’s 32nd studio album and it reunites him with the team behind 2018 release Time Flies including co-producer/bassist Jay Weaver and GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer David Leonard (Prince, John Mellencamp, Toto).

The album features collaborations with country legend Melba Montgomery, award-winning producer-songwriter Buddy Cannon, and emerging Americana star Logan Ledger.

“A long time ago, I decided that with each record, I would ignore the categories people tried to put me into and just make the music that was in my heart,” says Lauderdale. “This album is about the search for connection, love and understanding between people, about finding empathy in a world where it feels like folks are more and more at loggerheads. When the world outside your window feels too tough to bear, I hope you’ll step into the world we’ve created here.”

Over his career to date Lauderdale has released more than 30 albums spanning a wide range of genres including roots music, country, bluegrass, soul, R&B and rock.


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