The musician released his Grammy-winning album 'Morning Phase' in 2014
Beck has hinted at a forthcoming release.
The musician released his Grammy-winning album ‘Morning Phase’ last year, but has stated previously that he’s been working on another LP also. Now, he has taken to Twitter to post what appears to be the artwork for an upcoming release called ‘Dreams’.
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It is thought that ‘Dreams’ will be a new song from Beck, with Kyle Smith – music director at Pittsburgh radio station WYEP – tweeting that the station will premiere a “brand new song from Beck” on Monday (June 15).
‘Morning Phase’ was recently certified silver in the UK having sold over 60,000 copies.
The album, which is Beck’s 12th full-length release, was awarded a Grammy for ‘Album of the Year’ at this year’s ceremony. The win caused controversy when Kanye West mock-interrupted Beck onstage, referencing his infamous interruption of Taylor Swift in 2009. After the awards West said that Beck should “respect artistry” and hand the award over to Beyoncé.
In a later interview with Zane Lowe, West revealed he’d changed his stance, saying: “As I was ironically having dinner with Taylor Swift, the Beck song starts playing and I was like, ‘Wow, this is really good, maybe I might have been wrong’.” West has since taken to Twitter to apologise for the incident saying: “I would like to publicly apologise to Beck, I’m sorry Beck.”
Beck will support The Strokes at their Hyde Park gig on June 18. Future Islands, Temples, The Wytches, Public Service Broadcasting, Yak and Kieran Leonard are also set to appear.