Love Is Dead
Brett Anderson returns on March 12th with his first ever solo single
'Love Is Dead' on Drowned In Sound. Coinciding with three London live dates - which sold out within five minutes earlier this month - the single is taken from the keenly anticipated, self-titled solo LP, released March 26th.
The man behind the voice that formed a cornerstone of Britpop in the
1990's, Anderson's solo effort opens a new chapter in his illustrious career. Written and co-produced by Brett with Fred Ball, the new single is a dynamic, passionate and personal song, which perfectly reflects the tone of the album.
The impressive new video was directed by Russell Thomas, whose previous credits include; Placebo, Coldplay and Sarah McLachlan.
Bristling with angular acoustics and supple strings, the album is an arsenal of songs for an unsettled world. Highlights include the emotive, soul-baring 'Song For My Father' the smouldering, melodic 'Scorpio Rising' and the defiantly catchy 'One Lazy Morning'.
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