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Beth Orton LP gets October due date
They'll have to have to wait until the autumn before they can purchase the record though, as it's been given an October 1st due date.
Called Sugaring Season, it's also due to contain tunes such as Poison Tree, Dawn Chorus and Last Leaves of Autumn – three titles that certainly bring to mind nature.
The singer's most recent LP was the 2006 record Comfort of Strangers, which contained songs such as Safe In Your Arms and Heartland Truckstop.
She'll be touring the UK soon, after her latest record hits shelves, with the Steel City of Sheffield among her planned stopping points.
Orton's LP will be coming hot on the heels of Battle Born, by music instrument playing group The Killers, which is due on September 17th, the band has revealed.
Published by AW. Posted on 11 Jul 2012 12:44 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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