Listen: Keaton Henson streams new album ‘Kindly Now’

Keaton Henson streams new album ‘Kindly Now’

The record comes out next week.

A week ahead of releasing his new album ‘Kindly Now’ on 16th September, Keaton Henson’s streaming the whole thing in full.

An emotionally taxing, intricate listen, coloured by rich orchestral arrangements, his third full-length is a typically introspective outing from Keaton Henson. Typically low-profile, the English musician is plotting a handful of rare live appearances around the album, including a date at London’s Palladium next month.

As well as sharing the album in full today, Keaton Henson - well-known for being a man of few words - has put together an exclusive illustrated guide for DIY, tracing the story behind ‘Kindly Now.’

Check out Keaton Henson’s visual interview with DIY here, and stream ‘Kindly Now’ below via NPR.

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