The National, Beirut, The Walkmen to feature on Sharon Van Etten’s new album

'Tramp' is set for release on February 6, 2012

The National, Beirut, The Walkmen to feature on Sharon Van Etten’s new album

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The National's Aaron Dessner, Matt Barrick of The Walkmen and Zach Condon of Beirut are all set to feature on the forthcoming album from New York singer songwriter Sharon Van Etten.

Recorded in Dessner’s basement, the 12 track album 'Tramp' will be released on February 6, 2012 on the Jagjaguwar label.

Dessner and Van Etten started working together after she contacted him on hearing his and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver’s cover version of her song 'Love More'.

Following her North American tour, Sharon Van Etten will play a one off show at London Cargo on March 1.

The 'Tramp' tracklisting is:

'Give Out'
'In Line'
'All I Can'
'We Are Fine'
'Magic Chords'
'I'm Wrong'
'Joke Or A Lie'

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