July 27, 2014 9:57

Ryan Adams previews new album at Newport Folk Festival Ryan Adams Tickets

The singer's self-titled fourteenth album is due out on September 8

Ryan Adams has previewed songs from his new album in his performance at Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island, reports Consequence Of Sound.

The singer will release his self-titled fourteenth album on September 8 and, during his performance, he played three songs from the record, plus a new, non-album track called 'Catherine'. You can watch footage of one track, 'My Wrecking Ball', above and listen to the whole set at NPR.

Adams also covered US metal band Danzig's track 'Mother' towards the end of his set. He previously debuted one of the new songs in his set, 'Stay With Me', at a show in Portland.

'Ryan Adams' was produced by Adams at his Pax Am Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The album follows 2011's 'Ashes & Fire', and will feature recent single 'Gimme Something Good'. Scroll down for a full tracklisting for the record.

Since 'Ashes & Fire', Adams has produced an EP for Fall Out Boy entitled 'PAX AM Days' and started heavy metal side-project band Pornography with Make Out singer Leah Hennessy and singer-songwriter Johnny T Yerington.

The 'Ryan Adams' tracklisting is:

'Gimme Something Good'
'Kim'
'Trouble'
'Am I Safe'
'My Wrecking Ball'
'Stay With Me'
'Shadows'
'Feels Like Fire'
'I Just Might'
'Tired Of Giving Up'
'Let Go'

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