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Hozier’s new album ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ will arrive March

He's a tour planned for autumn, too.
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Published: 4:38 pm, January 16, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Hozier’s new album ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ will arrive March

Hozier has announced details for his second album.

‘Wasteland, Baby!’ is coming on 1st March, followed by a UK tour in autumn/winter, dates for which will be announced in February.

“The album has been over a year in the making and it’s a pleasure to finally turn out my pockets and share the work,” he says. “I want to sincerely thank fans and listeners for their continued support in between the records. See you out on the road soon.”

The album’s tracklisting is as follows:

1 Nina Cried Power (featuring Mavis Staples)
2 Almost (Sweet Music)
3 Movement
4 No Plan
5 Nobody
6 To Noise Making (Sing)
7 As It Was
8 Shrike
9 Talk Refined
10 Be
11 Dinner & Diatribes
12 Would That I
13 Sunlight
14 Wasteland, Baby!

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