Iconic front man Eric Burdon will release his latest solo record later this month. The singer, who rose to fame with WAR and The Animals, will release his new album, Til Your River Runs Dry on Tuesday, January 29th. The album is considered to be Burdon’s most personal record yet. Burdon tackles topics such as religion, politics, and the environment on this record, just to name a few song topics. The first single off of the new album, ‘Water’ is also the album’s lead track. It starts running at radio stations across the country next Tuesday, January 15th. He even includes a cover of the blues classic, ‘Before You Accuse Me’ to close out the album.
In anticipation of the album’s upcoming release, Burdon is hitting the road to show off some of his new songs. His tour kicks off with a very special performance the night before the album’s release on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Burdon will also be performing at this year’s annual SXSW Festival in support of his album, too. To get Burdon’s full tour lineup and all the latest news from Eric, fans can go online to http://www.EricBurdon.com, http://www.facebook.com/OfficialEricBurdon, http://twitter.com/EricBurdon, and http://www.YouTube.com/EricBurdonInc. Fans can pre-order ‘Til Your River Runs Dry online both on CD and vinyl at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AGKH7K0/?tag=httpwwwabkcoc-20 and http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AO7HNFY/?tag=httpwwwabkcoc-20 respectively.
The complete track listing for the upcoming album is as follows:
‘Til Your River Runs Dry
2. Memorial Day
3. Devil and Jesus
5. Old Habits Die Hard
6. Bo Diddley Special
7. In The Ground
8. 27 Forever
9. River is Rising
10. Medicine Man
11. Invitation to the White House
12. Before You Accuse Me
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