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Loyle Carner’s new album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ is due out in exactly one month

The title comes from a poem by his grandfather.
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Published: 11:13 am, March 19, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Loyle Carner’s new album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ is due out in exactly one month

Loyle Carner has announced his new album, ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’.

Following on from his debut ‘Yesterday’s Gone’, it’s due out in exactly one month, arriving on 19th April via AMF Records.

The title comes from a poem by his grandfather, which in turn came from a Stevie Smith poem. 

The record also features collaborations with Jorja Smith, Rebel Kleff, Kiko Bun, Kwes, Jordan Rakei, Sampha, Tom Misch and more.

The full tracklisting reads:

Dear Jean
Angel feat. Tom Misch
Ice Water
Ottolenghi feat. Jordan Rakei
You Don’t Know feat. Rebel Kleff & Kiko Bun
Still
It’s Coming Home?
Desoleil (Brilliant Corners) feat. Sampha
Loose Ends feat. Jorja Smith
Not Waving, But Drowning
Krispy
Sail Away (Freestyle)
Looking Back
Carluccio
Dear Ben feat. Jean Coyle Larner

Catch Loyle live on an April/May headline tour, and at Sound City, Park Life, Glastonbury, Lovebox, NASS, Latitude and more.

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