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Love & Peace With Seasick Steve

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Seasick Steve with John Paul Jones – Photo: LTTL

Seasick Steve

Love & Peace

Out 24 July 2020

Seasick Steve is set to release his new album Love & Peace on 24 July 2020. Originally slated for a May release, the album’s start date was moved back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Steve commented, “I don’t think any of us could have imagined how it would be in the world right now. I hope y’all safe and taking care of yourselves. Strange times.” 

Love & Peace reportedly sees the artist mixing up all of his much-used ingredients – a mix of boogie, blues, rock, Americana and folk – all delivered in Seasick Steve’s unique style. 

Produced and written by Seasick Steve, this album sees him breaking with tradition. While some of it was recorded in his barn, the majority was recorded in Los Angeles at Studio 606 and at East West Studio 3. The album was mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton) and Steve at East West.

Steve’s long-term drummer Dan Magnusson (a.k.a. Crazy Dan) is featured on the record, along with some contributions from guitarist Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars) and harmonica player Malcolm Arison (The BossHoss).

You can listen to the first single and title track from Love & Peace here.

Love & Peace Tracklist:
1. Love & Peace
2. Regular Man
3. I Will Do For You
4. Clock Is Running
5. Carni Days
6. Church Of Me
7. Toes In The Mud
8. My Woman
9. Ain’t Nothing Like The Boogie
10. Travelling Man
11. Ready Or Not
12. Mercy

Seasick Steve has come a long way in twelve years since he burst into the public consciousness with a raw and emotional performance on Jools Holland’s Hootenanny BBC TV show, boosting his profile quickly. Those engaging live performances turned Steve and drummer Dan Magnusson into a powerful force, both live and on record, and they went on to sell over one million albums and sold-out shows across the world.

Love & Peace will be Steve’s tenth album release and follows 2018’s Can U Cook?

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