January 29, 2013 19:47

She And Him announce release of new album 'Volume 3'

The band's fourth LP follows 2011's 'A Very She And Him Christmas'

She And Him announce release of new album 'Volume 3'
She And Him will release their fourth album, 'Volume 3', on May 13.

The album follows their similarly titled 2008 debut, 'Volume 1', and 2010's 'Volume 2', as well as their festive album 'A Very She And Him Christmas', which was released in 2011.

The album will feature covers of Blondie's 'Sunday Girl', as well as Ellie Greenwich's 'Baby' and 1950s classic 'Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me' and was recorded in New York, Los Angeles and Portland.

'Volume 3' was produced by M Ward, and sees guest appearances from Mike Watt, Tilly and the Wall, Pierre de Reeder of Rilo Kiley and Devotchka's Tom Hagerman.

The 'Volume 3' tracklisting is:

'I've Got Your Number, Son'
'Never Wanted Your Love'
'Baby'
'I Could've Been Your Girl'
'Turn to White'
'Somebody Sweet to Talk To'
'Something's Haunting You'
'Together'
'Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me'
'Snow Queen'
'Sunday Girl'
'London'
'Shadow of Love'
'Reprise (I Could've Been Your Girl)'


Zooey Deschanel is currently starring in US sitcom, New Girl, but is also set to play country music legend Loretta Lynn on Broadway.

Deschanel will appear as the singer in a stage production of the 1980 film Coal Miner's Daughter, which originally saw Sissy Spacek take on the role of Lynn with the late Levon Helm of The Band playing her father.

It is not yet known when the New York production will open.

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