The latest single from his new album Straight Songs of Sorrow
Jessie Atkinson
14:59 23rd March 2020

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Gravel-throated Gigwise favourite Mark Lanegan has released a new single today. 'Bleed All Over' is another autobiographical track taken from his forthcoming album Straight Songs of Sorrow. 

With a riff reminiscent of The Kills thanks to lo-fi percussion and sure guitar writing, 'Bleed All Over' joins together rock'n'roll with some eerie synth work. It's a great example of wounded rock writing updated with some thrilling modern touches.

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Fifteen tracks on the forthcoming LP Straight Songs of Sorrow all focus on Lanegan's own life story, details of which you can also read in his new memoir Sing Backwards and Weep. 

Lanegan has also released his own streaming platform, The Vault, powered by Spotify and Apple Music. It's the perfect place for fans of the musician to find his entire discography along with detailed descriptions of each release. 

Straight Songs of Sorrow track list:

1. I Wouldn't Want To Say
2. Apples From A Tree
3. This Game Of Love
4. Ketamine
5. Bleed All Over
6. Churchbells, Ghosts
7. Internal Hourglass Discussion
8. Stockholm City Blues
9. Skeleton Key
10. Daylight In The Nocturnal House
11. Ballad of the Dying Rover
12. Hanging On (For DRC)
14. At Zero Below
15. Eden Lost And Found

Straight Songs of Sorrow arrives 8 May on Heavenly Recordings.

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