Damien Rice announces My Favourite Faded Fantasy, his first new album in eight years
Damien Rice has announced that he will be releasing his first new studio album in eight years later on this year.
The singer-songwriter will release the new album, which is to be titled My Favourite Faded Fantasy, on November 3rd.
Rice has already unveiled the album's title track, which you can hear by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
The album is Rice's third and is the long-awaited follow-up to his 2006 record 9. He found mainstream success four years earlier with his debut LP O, which contained the massive hit single 'Cannonball'.
The first official single to be taken from My Favourite Faded Fantasy will be a track named 'I Don't Want To Change You, which will premiere later this month.
The album has been produced by legendary producer Rick Rubin, best known for his work with the likes of Jay-Z, Slayer and The Beastie Boys, but more recently, Jake Bugg.