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Langhorne Slim Announces ‘Lost At Last Vol. 1’ – Shares First Track, “Zombie”

Today, Langhorne Slim announced the forthcoming release of a new LP, Lost At Last Vol. 1 (Dualtone Records). The album is slated for release on November 10. Today he reveals the first track from the album, “Zombie.”

LISTEN TO “ZOMBIE” HERE

Along with “Zombie,” Langhorne Slim is making 2 additional tracks available as a preview to Lost At Last Vol. 1 by way of an EP entitled Never Break. Look for more music to be shared in this fashion in the months leading to the album’s release. Today fans can pre-order Lost At Last Vol. 1 here.

Langhorne Slim is no stranger to the road – Rolling Stone has noted he has “made a name for himself with insightful songwriting and off-the-rails live shows” – so it’s no surprise that he will be touring throughout 2017 and into next year (and beyond). The current tour kicks off September 16 in Bristol, VA at the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival and concludes back in Virginia on September 30 for the Devil’s Backbone Hoopla in Roseland. Highlights include Sixth and I in Washington D.C., Union Transfer in Philly and a stop at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom on September 26, each of which will feature the band that recorded Lost At Last Vol. 1. Complete list of dates below with more to be announced soon.

The upcoming Lost At Last Vol. 1 is the follow up to 2015’s The Spirit Moves (Dualtone) which The Guardian praised for its “forehead vein bulging, raw and raucous delivery.” Lost At Last Vol. 1 was produced by Kenny Siegal, Malachi DeLorenzo and Langhorne Slim and was recorded at Panoramic House Studio in Marin County, CA.

TRACK LISTING:

  1. Life is Confusing

  2. Old Things

  3. House of My Soul (you light the rooms)

  4. Ocean City (for may, jack and brother jon)

  5. Private Property

  6. Money Road Shuffle

  7. Never Break

  8. Bluebird

  9. Alligator Girl

  10. Funny Feelin’ (for junior kimbrough and ted hawkins)

  11. Zombie

  12. Lost This Time

  13. Better Man

TOUR DATES:

*w/ Avett Brothers

Sept 16 – Bristol Rhythm and Roots Festival – Bristol, VA

Sept 21 – Thalia Mara Hall – Jackson, MS*

Sept 22 – Sing Out Loud Festival – St. Augustine, FL

Sept 24 – Pilgrimage Festival – Bristol, TN

Sept 26 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY

Sept 27 – Sixth & I – Washington D.C.

Sept 28 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

Sept 30 – Devil’s Backbone Hoopla – Roseland, VA

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