US singer-songwriter played live at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on Sunday (November 24)
Beck performed new song ‘Wave’, taken from his forthcoming album ‘Morning Phase’, during a performance in Los Angeles on Sunday (November 24).
The US singer-songwriter played live at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in the latest of the song Reader performances. As well as debuting new solo material, Beck was joined by artists including Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker, Jenny Lewis, Childish Gambino, Jack Black and Van Dyke Parks for the show. Scroll up to see Beck perform ‘Wave’ with the Los Angeles Philharmonic now.
‘Wave’ will appear on Beck’s new album ‘Morning Phase’. It was recently revealed that three other tracks from the album – ‘Waking Light’, ‘Blackbird Chain’, and ‘Country Dawn’, were recorded at Jack White’s Third Man Records. Beck has described the record, which is due out next February, as coming from the tradition of “California music”.
‘Morning Phase’ is Beck’s first album in six years, coming after ‘Modern Guilt’ in 2008. The album is described as being a “companion piece” to the largely acoustic ‘Sea Change’, released in 2002, and will include a number of guest stars. Confirmed names set to appear on ‘Morning Phase’ include Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Joey Waronker, Smokey Hormel, Roger Joseph Manning Jr, and Jason Falkner.