The English indie act The Charlatans are to release their new album on May 26th through BMG. “Different Days” is the bands’ 13th album and was self produced at the band’s studio in Crewe.
For this new album, the core quartet of vocalist Tim Burgess, bassist Martin Blunt, guitarist Mark Collins and keyboard player Tony Rogers, opened their doors to allow contributions from an array of friends from Paul Weller and Johnny Marr to crime writer Ian Rankin and writer/actress Sharon Horgan. Also included are former Verve drummer Pete Salisbury, Anton Newcombe from Brian Jonestown Massacre and Stephen Morris of New Order.
The album will be available on 12” vinyl, CD, cassette and limited edition clear 12” vinyl featuring five exclusive 7” singles.
“Different Days” is the follow-up album to “Modern Nature” released in 2015.
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