Richard Ashcroft is set to return with the October 19th release of his fifth solo studio album ‘Natural Rebel’. The album will be released on his own RPA label and will be his first released via BMG.
‘Natural Rebel’ represents the latest chapter in a hugely successful solo career for the former Verve frontman andIvor Novello winner. It follows ‘Alone With Everybody’(#1,2000), ‘Human Conditions’(#3, 2002), ‘Keys to the World’(#2,2006) and ‘These People’(#3, 2016).
Featuring ten new songs, all of which were written by Ashcroft, ‘Natural Rebel’ was produced by the singer-songwriter alongside Jon Kelly (Paul McCartney, Kate Bush) and Emre Ramazanoglu (Bobby Gillespie, Jarvis Cocker). The majority of its recording took place at State of the Ark Studios in Richmond, with further sessions at The Bunker, Tile yard Studios and Hoxa HQ.
‘Natural Rebel’is now available to pre-order from https://RA.lnk.to/
Richard Ashcroft’s will play some intimate shows this winter in support of ‘Natural Rebel’,includingGlasgow, Middlesbrough, Nottingham, Manchester & London. Full tour details are below…
Pre-order‘Natural Rebel’ from this store for exclusive UK tour ticket pre-sale access. Ticket pre-sale begins 09:00 GMTon 20th August 2018. Order before 09:00 GMT on 22nd August 2018.
Pre-ordering provides access to the pre-sale and is not a guarantee of tickets. General sale tickets available 09:00 on 22nd August 2018.
In addition, Ashcroft will play as special guest to Liam Gallagher at Lancashire County Cricket Club this Saturday,August 18th, as well as the Hampshire leg of Carfest in benefit of BBC Children in Need on August 25th.
The track listing for ‘Natural Rebel’ is:
‘All My Dreams’
‘Surprised By The Joy’
‘That’s How Strong’
‘Born To Be Strangers’
‘That’s When I Feel It’
‘We All Bleed’
‘A Man in Motion’
‘Streets of Amsterdam’
UK Tour Dates;
Friday October 26th– Glasgow Barrowlands
Sunday October 28th– Middlesborough Town Hall
Monday October 29th– Nottingham Rock City
Wednesday October 31stManchester Albert Hall
Friday November 2nd– Kentish Town Forum