ELLIOTT SMITH’S LAST ALBUM TO BE RELEASED

The late singer was working on 'From A Basement On A Hill' at the time of his death...

The first posthumous release from Elliott Smith will arrive this autumn.

Anti-Records, home to Tom Waits and Nick Cave, will release the follow-up to 2000’s ‘Figure 8’ on October 19.

The singer-songwriter died last autumn from an alleged self-inflicted wound. ‘From A Basement On The Hill’ is a collection of tracks Elliott Smith was working on at the time. It was approved by Elliott Smith‘s estate and also features some of the material released on his final single on the Kill Rock Stars imprint, ‘Pretty (Ugly Before)’, which following the singer’s death was exchanging hands on ebay for upwards of $1,000.

The effort was recorded on the West Coast of the US and produced by [a][/a] himself. Final production touches were put on by his friends and family.

The full tracklisting for ‘From a Basement On The Hill’ is:

‘Coast to Coast’

‘Let’s Get Lost’

‘Pretty (Ugly Before)’

‘Don’t Go Down’

‘Strung Out Again’

‘Fond Farewell’

‘King’s Crossing’

‘Ostriches & Chirping’

‘Twilight’

‘A Passing Feeling’

‘Last Hour’

‘Shooting Star’

‘Memory Lane’

‘Little One’

‘A Distorted Reality is Now a Necessity to Be Free’