Paul Weller To Release New Single “Woo Se Mama” From Acclaimed Album A Kind Revolution

Paul Weller releases a new track from his critically acclaimed new album A Kind Revolution, available now on all download/streaming platforms. The crashing R&B shakedown, “Woo Sé Mama,” features 60s soul sirens PP Arnold and Madeline Bell, who make their mark on this uplifting slice of gumbo-fried funk.

A limited edition 7″ single of “Woo Sé Mama” will be released on August 25. The single b-side is a cover of Eddie Floyd’s “I’ve Never Found A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do),” which was recorded live at Black Barn Studios during rehearsals for a recent radio session.

Watch the video of a live version of “Woo Sé Mama,” which was shot at Paul’s recent sold out show at Watford Colosseum, here:

A Kind Revolution is available on CD, special edition three CD-set, 12-inch vinyl LP, and limited edition deluxe 10-inch vinyl box set, with both the standard and deluxe tracks available for download. Special edition bonuses include instrumentals, alternate versions and remixes. Click the links to order through Amazon, iTunes and Spotify.

As previously announced, Weller and band will return to U.S. soil this October for a month of dates:

Oct 1                Huntington, NY             The Paramount

Oct 2                NYC                             Irving Plaza

Oct 3                NYC                             Irving Plaza

Oct 4                Philadelphia, PA            Theatre Of Living Arts

Oct 6                Boston, MA                   House Of Blues

Oct 7                Washington DC            Lincoln Theatre

Oct 8                Cleveland, OH               House Of Blues

Oct 10              Toronto, ON                  Danforth Music Hall

Oct 11              Detroit, MI                     St. Andrew’s Hall

Oct 12              Chicago, IL                    House Of Blues

Oct 13              Minneapolis, MN           Pantages Theatre

Oct 16              Vancouver, BC              Commodore Ballroom

Oct 17              Vancouver BC               Commodore Ballroom

Oct 18              Seattle, WA                   The Neptune Theatre

Oct 20              Sacramento, CA            Ace Of Spades

Oct 21              Berkeley, CA                 The UC Theatre

Oct 22              San Francisco, CA         The Fillmore

Oct 24              Anaheim, CA                House Of Blues

Oct 25              San Diego, CA              House Of Blues

Oct 27              Los Angeles CA             The Wiltern Theatre

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