Jamie T announces new album 'Carry On The Grudge' - tracklist and details

The London songwriter will put out his third LP on September 29

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Jamie T has announced the release of his long-awaited third album 'Carry On The Grudge'.

The LP will be released on September 29. Scroll down for the 12-song tracklisting, which features the recently revealed comeback single 'Don't You Find'. The artwork is pictured above.

The 'Carry On The Grudge' tracklisting is:

'Limits Lie'
'Don't You Find'
'Turn On The Light'
'Zombie'
'The Prophet'
'Mary Lee'
'Trouble'
'Rabbit Hole'
'Peter'
'Love Is Only A Heartbeat Away'
'Murder Of Crows'
'They Told Me It Rained'


The singer recently announced his live return on a handwritten note posted on his website. He has been quiet since 2009 album 'Kings & Queens', but in the message said he had "decided it might be time to play a few shows" and announced dates in Glasgow, Liverpool and Portsmouth. A London date at Tufnell Park Dome was added later in the week. All dates are now sold out. Speaking to Zane Lowe about the on BBC Radio 1, Jamie T recently said he was "pretty nervous", adding: "I've kind of forgotten how to play everything". He also revealed he has an entirely new band. "Hopefully it will be rocking", he stated.

Jamie T last released an album in 2009, with 'Kings & Queens' following his 2007 debut 'Panic Prevention'.

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Jamie T will play:

Glasgow Art School (July 29)
Liverpool Kazimier (30)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (31)
London Tufnell Park Dome (August 7)


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