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Singer breaks long silence with backing vocals on a new version of 'Wrongful Suspicion'

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Jamie T has released his first recorded output since 2010, in the shape of a joint single with Tim Armstrong of US punk band, Rancid.

The singer-songwriter has contributed vocals to a new version of the Rancid track 'Wrongful Suspicion' by Tim Timebomb and Friends. Scroll down to listen the song.

The track is accompanied by text which reads: "When we were in London, we asked our good friend Jamie T to be our guest on this version of 'Wrongful Suspicion'. It's always fun being with Jamie, and playing music together - whenever we are lucky enough, and the planets decide to line up."

The last release from Wimbledon based artist Jamie T came out almost three years ago - the single 'Emily's Heart', which was backed with a cover of Bruce Springsteen's 'Atlantic City'. The song was taken from his second album, 'Kings & Queens', which was released in 2009.

Jamie T was named Best Solo Artist at the NME Awards in both 2007 and 2010. He released his debut album, 'Panic Prevention', in 2007.

He is apparently working on his third studio album, which will be released next year.

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