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Langhorne Slim shares three tracks off upcoming LP “Lost At Last Vol. 1” – out November 10

Langhorne Slim is pleased to share three new tracks off his upcoming album Lost at Last Vol. 1Funny Feelin’ (for junior kimbrough and ted hawkins)” premiered via Relix and Langhorne told the magazine, “I was in Catskill, NY working on new songs for Lost at Last Vol. 1 and decided one night to take the long drive from Catskill back to where I’m from in Pennsylvania to visit family. I listened to this incredible version of Junior Kimbrough’s “Meet Me in the City” and a ton of Ted Hawkins the whole way there. When I got to my mom’s place in the middle of the night, I started playin this one. It’s an ode to both Junior and Ted. Two true masters. I hope I did ’em justice.”  As with the earlier singles he’s shared off the album, Langhorne is also revealing two additional tracks via the Funny Feelin’ EP.   

LISTEN to “Funny Feelin’ (for junior kimbrough and ted hawkins)”

LISTEN to “Better Man” 

LISTEN to “Private Property”

Today’s singles are the follow up to the Life Is Confusing EP released in September and before that, the EP Never Break.  As with Funny Feelin’, the tracks are all taken from Lost at Last Vol. 1 which is being released on Dualtone November 10.

TOUR DATES:

Nov 3 – Boudin, Bourbon & Beer Festival – New Orleans, LA

Jan 31 – Feb 4 – Avetts At The Beach – Cancun, MX

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