Jamie T reveals new song ‘Turn On The Light’ – listen

Hear the latest track to be taken from forthcoming third album 'Carry On The Grudge'

Jamie T has revealed new song ‘Turn On The Light’, the latest to be taken from new album ‘Carry On The Grudge’.

The track follows previous singles ‘Don’t You Find’ and ‘Zombie’. ‘Carry On The Grudge’ is Jamie T’s third album and first since 2009’s ‘Kings & Queens’. He speaks in depth to NME about the album in this week’s issue, on newsstands from tomorrow (September 24) and available digitally.

The singer-songwriter recently explained how he sought advice from Blur’s Damon Albarn ahead of writing the new record. “Damon Albarn told me to write from the heart,” he said. “To not give a fuck what anyone thinks. He said it was the only way I was gonna get a record that was… I think he might have said ‘as good as mine’.”

Jamie T will celebrate the release of ‘Carry On The Grudge’ with a tiny gig at McClusky’s in Kingston, London on October 2, ahead of 13 dates this autumn, starting in Bristol on October 30. The tour will also visit Southampton, Norwich, Newcastle, Nottingham, Leeds, Glasgow and Birmingham.

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Jamie T will play:

London Kingston McClusky’s (October 2)
Bristol O2 Academy (30)
Southampton O2 Guildhall (31)
Norwich UEA (November 1)
Newcastle O2 Academy (3)
Nottingham Rock City (4)
Manchester Academy (7)
Leeds O2 Academy (8)
Glasgow Barrowland (10)
Birmingham O2 Academy (13)
London Alexandra Palace (14 & 15)
Manchester Academy (17)
Liverpool Guild Of Students (18)

To check the availability of Jamie T tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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’

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