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Jack Peñate has announced plans for his third album, 'After You'

Check out another new track from the long-awaited record, 'Murder'.
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Published: 10:07 am, October 16, 2019
Jack Peñate has announced plans for his third album, 'After You'

Jack Peñate has announced plans for his third album.

Titled 'After You', the record is over a decade in the making, and is set to arrive next month, on 29th November.

Produced in collaboration with Paul Epworth, Inflo and Alex Epton, the news comes alongside a second track from the album, 'Murder'. Following on from the recent 'Prayer', it comes alongside an iPhone shot video, directed by collaborator Eddie Peake. You can check that out below.

The tracklisting for 'After You' reads:

1. Prayer
2. Loaded Gun
3. Round and Round
4. Cipralex
5. Murder
6. Gemini
7. Let Me Believe
8. GMT
9. Ancient Skin
10. Swept To the Sky

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