Watch Paul Weller’s beautiful performance of ‘Wild Wood’ from ‘Other Aspects Live At The Royal Festival Hall’

A classic

Paul Weller has shared the video of ‘Wild Wood’ from his upcoming release, ‘Other Aspects Live At The Royal Festival Hall’. See it first on NME below.

Due for release tomorrow as well as hitting big screens in exclusive cinema showings across the UK, the live concert film and album captures the second of two sold out nights at the iconic London venue back in October.

Backed by the London Metropolitan Orchestra, the 25-song set took in the full gamut of Weller’s career – from The Jam and The Style Council to his solo work and last year’s acclaimed ‘True Meanings‘. Check out the performance of his 1992 Number 2 single ‘Wild Wood’ below.

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Pre-order the ‘Other Aspects Live At The Royal Festival Hall’ on various formats here, and visit here for more information on cinema screenings.

The tracklist is:

1. One Bright Star
2. Glide
3. The Soul Searchers
4. Boy About Town
5. Have You Ever Had It Blue
6. What Would He Say?
7. Wild Wood
8. Country
9. Aspects
10. Strange Museum
11. Amongst Butterflies
12. Old Castles  
13. Gravity
14. Where’er Ye Go
15. A Man Of Great Promise
16. Mayfly
17. Private Hell 
18. Tales From The Riverbank
19. Movin On    
20. Long Long Road
21. Hopper
22. White Horses
23. Books
24. You Do Something To Me
25. May Love Travel With You

Weller’s upcoming tour dates are:

June 14 – Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire
June 15 – ‘Live In The Wyldes’ Bude, Cornwall
June 16 – Bedgebury Pinetum, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent
June 21 – Thetford Forest, near Brandon, Suffolk
June 22 – Delamere Forest, near Northwich, Cheshire
June 28 – Dalby Forest, near Pickering, North Yorkshire
June 29 – Sherwood Pines, near Mansfield, Nottinghamshire 
July 04 – Trinity College, Dublin
July 06 – Cannock Chase Forest, near Rugeley, Staffordshire
July 07 – Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London
July 11 – Edinburgh Castle Esplanade, Edinburgh

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