Glenn Hughes is streaming “My Town”, as the latest preview to his forthcoming album, “Resonate.”
"'My Town' can kind of mean something for everybody," explains Hughes. "I just feel really comfortable singing that song about where I live. Los Angeles is a make-or-break city. It's a town that can kill you. Like New York, you have to be ready to live on the streets and be a part of the streets. But I have been living here most of my life and this is my town."
Due October 28, “Resonate” marks the bassist’s first solo release in eight years following stints with California Breed and the recently-reunited Black Country Communion.
Hughes co-produced “Resonate” with his guitarist Søren Andersen, and the pair are joined on the project by drummer Pontus Engborg and keyboardist Lachlan “Lachy” Doley, with a guest appearance by Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith on two tracks, including the lead single “Heavy.”
"Resonate" will be available on digital, vinyl, standard CD and Deluxe Editions, which adds the bonus track, "Nothing's The Same", and a DVD featuring a "making of" album documentary and music videos for "Heavy" and "Long Time Gone."
Release date: October 28 (Japan) / November 4 (world)
02. My Town
04. Let It Shine
06. God Of Money
07. How Long
08. When I Fall
10. Stumble & Go
11. Long Time Gone
12. Nothing's The Same (deluxe edition bonus track)
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