Next week, Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant will issue his latest solo album, Carry Fire, through Nonesuch/Warner Bros. Records. The legendary rock singer has made the LP available to stream via NPR Music’s First Listen series in advance of its official release on Friday, October 13.
The follow-up to 2014’s lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar was produced by Plant and features 11 new tracks. The veteran vocalist enlisted his backing band The Sensational Space Shifters, which includes Justin Adams, John Baggott, Dave Smith and Liam “Skin” Tyson. Pretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde guested on a song and violaist/fiddler (and recent addition to The Space Shifters) Seth Lakeman as well as Albanian cellist Redi Hasa appear on three of the tracks.
Stream Carry Fire via the link to NPR Music below:
Carry Fire Tracklist
- The May Queen
- New World…
- Season’s Song
- Dance With You Tonight
- Carving Up The World Again… a wall and not a fence
- A Way With Words
- Carry Fire
- Bones Of Saints
- Keep It Hid
- Bluebirds Over The Mountain
- Heaven Sent
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