Sir Rod Stewart today releases “I Can’t Imagine,” the music video for the third release from his highly anticipated 31st studio album, THE TEARS OF HERCULES – out November 12th.
The video spotlights Stewart with his band as they perform the upbeat love song inside a magnificent lakeside mansion near Las Vegas. Available now, “I Can’t Imagine” is the third release from the upcoming album, following “Hold On” and “One More Time.” THE TEARS OF HERCULES will be available on CD and LP, as well as through digital and streaming services. Fans can pre-order and pre-save ‘The Tears of Hercules’ now at https://rhino.lnk.to/TTOH
Stewart’s latest is his fourth new album of original songs since 2013, when he reconnected with his songwriting muse to record Time, a chart-topping, double-platinum album in the U.K. For TEARS OF HERCULES, Stewart wrote nine of the album’s 12 songs, including the latest single “I Can’t Imagine,” which he penned in dedication to his wife, Special Constable Penelope Lancaster Stewart.
To make THE TEARS OF HERCULES, Stewart once again worked with Kevin Savigar, the keyboardist-songwriter-
Stewart has always had a gift for making any song sound like it was written just for him. That’s certainly true of the album’s title track, a powerful ballad written by Marc Jordan. Through the years, Stewart has recorded other songs written by Jordan, including “Rhythm Of My Heart” (#5 U.S./#3 U.K.) from Vagabond Heart and “This” from his gold-certified album, A Spanner in the Works. Additional covers include Stewart’s joyful take on Soul Brother Six’s “Some Kind Of Wonderful” and his stirring rendition of Johnny Cash’s “These Are My People.”
Sir Rod Stewart is one of the best-selling artists in the history of recorded music with more than 250 million records and singles sold worldwide. Stewart has earned countless of the industry’s highest awards, including two inductions into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the ASCAP Founders Award for songwriting, New York Times bestselling author, Grammy™ Living Legend, and in 2016 he officially became “Sir Rod Stewart” after being knighted at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and charity.
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