News Jade Bird announces debut album

Jade Bird announces debut album

The London-based musician’s self-titled debut will be out this April.

Jade Bird has been busy since releasing her debut EP ‘Something American’ back in 2017 from releasing a handful of new singles to embarking on a series of buzzy tours. Late last year, she returned with new single ‘Love Has All Been Done Before’ and now she’s finally announced her long-awaited debut.

Jade’s self-titled debut album will be out on 19th April via Glassnote. Speaking about making the record, Jade said: “This album is my experience, direct and undiluted, of the past two years. Every decision I’ve made has culminated into this magical process, just as every word I’ve written has spun into these songs. It changes in style, like most of my music, and tries to dodge boxes and genres but the consistency is me - a young woman really trying to figure it out.”

The tracklisting for the new record is:

Ruins
Lottery
I Get No Joy
Side Effects
My Motto
Does Anybody Know
Uh Huh
Good At It
17
Love Has All Been Done Before
Going Gone
If I Die

Catch-up with Jade in our ‘Get To Know’ interview.

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