Announcing his first album under his EOB name, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien has revealed the details of his debut solo album ‘Earth’.
Set for release on 17th April via Polydor Records, Ed on vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion and programming, alongside loads of musicians including Radiohead bandmate Colin Greenwood, Portishead guitarist Adrian Utley, Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche, drum legend Omar Hakim, masterful bass player Nathan East, Laura Marling, David Okumu of The Invisible, Adam ‘Cecil‘ Bartlett, Richie Kennedy, Marcelo S. Silva, Flood and Catherine Marks.
Check out the full track list and first single ‘Shangri-La’ below.
3. Deep Days
4. Long Time Coming
7. Sail On
9. Cloak of the Night
See Ed O'Brien live at the following dates:
07 — Toronto, ON — Great Hall
08 — Chicago, IL — Lincoln Hall
10 — New York, NY — Le Poisson Rouge
13 — Los Angeles, CA — Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
07 — London, UK — BBC Festival 6
13 — Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival
24 — Luzern, CH — Blue Balls Festival
31 — Newport, RI — Newport Folk Festival
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