Sam Sparro album gets US release date

Self-titled debut comes out next month

Sam Sparro album gets US release date
The release date of Sam Sparro’s self-titled debut album has been announced, and it’s out next month.

Sparro, recorded the album with Paul Epworth, Richard X and Jess Rogg, and recently appeared with Mark Ronson at the Coachella festival where he sang his own single ‘Black and Gold’, as well as sharing vocal duties with KlaxonsJamie Reynolds on ‘Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before’.

The album comes out June 24 via Universal.

Meanwhile, Sparro hits the road this weekend for a UK tour opening for Robyn, kicking off June 7 in Birmingham. Sparro cancelled his May 25 gig in the city due to technical problems at the venue.

--By our New York staff.
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