Hear Edwyn Collins' new album early on NME.COM

We have a preview stream of the record, which features Franz, The Cribs and The Drums

Hear Edwyn Collins' new album early on NME.COM

Photo: Jacob Perlmutter

Edwyn Collins is set to release new album 'Losing Sleep' on Monday (September 20) – but you can hear the album now on NME.COM.

To get an early taste of the record, which features guest contributions from members of Franz Ferdinand, The Drums and The Cribs, among others, simply stream the record below.

The full tracklisting for 'Losing Sleep' is:

'Losing Sleep'
'What Is My Role?' (co-written with Ryan Jarman)
'Do It Again' (co-written with Alex Kapranos & Nick McCarthy)
'Humble'
'Bored'
'In Your Eyes' (co-written with The Drums)
'I Still Believe In You' (co-written with Ryan Jarman)
'Come Tomorrow, Come Today' (co-written with Johnny Marr)
'It Dawns On Me' (co-written with Romeo Stodart)
'Over The Hill'
'All My Days' (co-written with Roddy Frame)
'Searching For The Truth'




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