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Paul Weller announces new live album and concert film, ‘Other Aspects – Live At The Royal Festival Hall’

And exclusive cinema screenings in the UK

Paul Weller has shared the details of his new live album and concert film, ‘Other Aspects – Live At The Royal Festival Hall’, which drops in March.

The live album was recorded during the former The Jam frontman’s orchestra-accompanied solo shows at the iconic London venue in October 2018.

The record is released on March 8 via Parlophone Records. In addition, there will be premiere screenings of the film across the UK on February 28 (check out a trailer for the film below):

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‘Other Aspects – Live At The Royal Festival Hall’ features 11 tracks from Weller’s 2018 LP ‘True Meanings’, as well as songs from his time with The Jam and The Style Council.

The DVD also includes a mini documentary including interviews and rehearsal footage.

‘Other Aspects – Live At The Royal Festival Hall’ tracklist:

‘One Bright Star’
‘Glide’
‘The Soul Searchers’
‘Boy About Town’
‘Have You Ever Had It Blue’
‘What Would He Say?’
‘Wild Wood’
‘Country’
‘Aspects’
‘Strange Museum’
‘Amongst Butterflies’
‘Old Castles’
‘Gravity’
‘Where’er Ye Go’
‘A Man Of Great Promise’
‘Mayfly’
‘Private Hell’
‘Tales From The Riverbank’
‘Movin On’
‘Long Long Road’
‘Hopper’
‘White Horses’
‘Books’
‘You Do Something To Me’
‘May Love Travel With You’

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Weller plays a string of UK forest gigs for summer 2019 – see the full list here.

The Modfather will kick things off in Gloucestershire on June 14, 2019 and he’ll head to Kent two days later.

The tour will then take in the rest of the UK, with dates scheduled in Suffolk, Cheshire, North Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire.

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