Seasick Steve announces new album details

Bearded bluesman's new effort for October release

Seasick Steve has announced that he will release his next album in the autumn.

‘Man From Another Time’ is out on October 19.

The follow-up to the dungaree-loving bluesman’s 2008 album ‘I Started Out With Nothin’ And I Still Got Most Of It Left’ was produced in analogue style by the guitarist/singer with the assistance of engineer Roy Williams.


Seasick Steve said in a statement: “I hope by making records like this, that it’ll make people want to hear music that’s recorded without the use of digital equipment, and that people’s ears can get a little rest from all that shit. But if not, at least it was nice for me. Me and computers do not see eye to eye.”

The singer is set to play a ten-date UK tour in November – dates are expected to be announced soon.


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