Sheryl Crow returns with political record

The singer goes back to her roots

Sheryl Crow has announced the release of her sixth album.

‘Detours’, out on February 18, is reportedly a return to Crow‘s musical and political roots.

Bill Bottrell, who produced the singer’s 1993 debut LP ‘Tuesday Night Music Club’, has also returned to work on ‘Detours’.


“This is the most honest record I’ve ever made,” stated Crow regarding her new material. “It’s about being forced to wake up.”

Songs featured on the album include ‘Shine Over Babylon’, ‘Love Is Free’, ‘Peace Be Upon Us’, ‘Lullaby For Wyatt’ and opener ‘God Bless This Mess’.


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