Newton Faulkner is making a comeback and is gearing up to release his first album since 2013's 'Studio Zoo' this November.
Newton Faulkner is making a comeback with new LP 'Human Love' this autumn.
The 'Dream Catch Me' hitmaker will release his first studio album since 2013's 'Studio Zoo' on November 20 and will head out on a run of UK tour dates in support of the forthcoming record
The singer/songwriter has had four number one albums in the UK, including his much-lauded debut 2007's 'Hand Built By Robots' and 2012's 'Write In On Your Skin'.
The first single to be taken from 'Human Love' will follow in true Newton fashion as he releases yet another cover, this time of Major Lazer's worldwide hit 'Get Free' which will come out on November 27.
The dreadlock-haired singer released his own version of Massive Attack's 'Teardrop' on his first album.
However, the video for his new cover sees Newton laid bare as he cuts off his famous red locks locks a symbol of a new chapter, setting the standard for what's to come for the new album.
Newton Faulkner's November UK tour dates:
Fri November 13 2015 - EDINBURGH Liquid Rooms
Sat November 14 2015 - LIVERPOOL O2 Academy
Sun November 15 2015 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
Mon November 16 2015 - MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall
Wed November 18 2015 - LEAMINGTON SPA Assembly
Thu November 19 2015 - BARNSTAPLE Factory
Fri November 20 2015 - NORWICH Open
Sun November 22 2015 - BOURNEMOUTH Old Firestation
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