Paul Weller to release live DVD of Royal Albert Hall show

Stereophonics' Kelly Jones features in the performance

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Paul Weller has announced details of a new live album and DVD.

Named 'Find The Torch, Burn The Plans', the release includes footage from one of his five Royal Albert Hall shows in London in May, as well as a documentary film by Julien Temple. Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones appears on the live DVD as a guest singer. It's released on November 29.

A live album is also included, comprising material from the Royal Albert Hall and from another show at the BBC Theatre, featuring guests including Richard Hawley and Lauren Pritchard.

The tracklisitng of 'Find The Torch, Burn The Plans' is:

DVD – 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall'

'From the Floorboards Up'
'7&3 Is The Strikers Name'
'Into Tomorrow'
'Aim High'
'Up The Dosage'
'Strange Town'
'Wake Up The Nation'
'Shout To The Top!'
'You Do Something To Me'
One Bright Star'
'Wild Wood'
'The Eton Rifles' (with Kelly Jones)
'That’s Entertainment' (with Kelly Jones)
'Fast Car/Slow Traffic'
'Come On'
'Why Walk When You Can Run'
'All On A Misty Morning'
'Light Nights'
'Butterfly Collector'
'Find The Torch, Burn The Plans'
'Art School'
'Scrape Away'
'Pieces Of A Dream'

CD – 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall'

'From The Floorboards Up'
'7&3 Is The Strikers Name'
'Into Tomorrow'
'Aim High'
'Up The Dosage'
'Wild Wood'
'The Eton Rifles' (with Kelly Jones)
'That's Entertainment' (with Kelly Jones)
'Fast Car/Slow Traffic'

'In Concert at the BBC Theatre'

'Sea Spray'
'Strange Town'
'Broken Stones'
'How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)' (with Lauren Pritchard)
'No Tears To Cry' (with Richard Hawley)

'Find The Torch, Burn The Plans' (a film by Julien Temple)

'7&3 Is The Strikers Name' promo video directed by Lawrence Watson

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