Julian Lennon to release first album in 13 years this October

'Everything Changes' is John Lennon's son's sixth studio album

Julian Lennon is set to release his sixth album ‘Everything Changes’ on October 3.

The 12 track album is his first since 1998’s ‘Photograph Smile’. The first single from the album, which has been produced by Lennon and Grant Ransom, is called ‘Lookin’ 4 Luv’ and is out now.

In his 13 years away from the music industry, Lennon, the son of Cynthia and John Lennon, has had his photography work exhibited across the world. He had also worked with U2 in his capacity as a photographer. He has also helmed the eco-charity, the White Feather Foundation. Of recording an album after such a long gap, Lennon said:

I get twitchy if I don’t pick up a guitar or sit at the piano every now and then… I have to do it; I don’t have a choice.


The tracklisting for ‘Everything Changes’ is:

‘Everything Changes’
‘Lookin’ 4 Luv’
‘Hold On’
‘Touch The Sky’
‘Just for You’
‘Never Let You Go’
‘Guess It Was Me’
‘Don’t Wake Me Up’