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Paul Weller Sets June 12 Release Date for New Studio Album, ‘On Sunset,’ Details UK/European Tour

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Paul Weller remains an undeniable musical force, and on June 12 he’ll add to his versatile repertoire with a new album, On Sunset.

It will be Weller’s fifteenth proper solo studio record and the follow-up to 2018’s True Meanings.

In addition to the album news, Weller detailed a new batch of UK/European tour dates for Fall 2020, in support of the record.

The new dates, via uDiscover Music:

THU: Oct-29: Plymouth Pavilion
FRI: Oct-30: Southampton Guildhall
SAT: Oct-31: Brighton Centre
MON: Nov-02: Hull Bonus Arena
TUES: Nov-03: York Barbican
THU: Nov-05: Leicester De Montfort Hall
FRI: Nov-06: Leicester De Montfort Hall
SAT: Nov-07: Blackburn King George’s Hall
MON: Nov-09: Carlisle Sands Centre
TUES: Nov-10: Manchester Apollo
THU: Nov-12, Dundee Caird Hall
FRI: Nov-13: Newcastle City Hall
SAT: Nov-14: Newcastle City Hall
MON: Nov-16: Edinburgh Usher Hall
TUES: Nov-17: Bradford St George’s Hall
THU: Nov-19: London Brixton Academy
FRI: Nov-20: O2 Kentish Town Forum.

Stay tuned for more regarding Paul Weller and his new album, On Sunset! And for more, click here to revisit Jeff Slate’s 2018 Q&A with Weller, about the thematic weight of True Meanings and his career thus far. A choice passage:

Rock CellarThese are themes and this is a style you’ve touched on in the past, but you’ve never done them in one piece, in what feels almost like a complete movement. Did you think of it thematically? Is there sort of a loose concept holding it together?

Paul Weller: I sort of touch on a few concepts, I suppose, but not in concrete way. I think, more than anything, I just wanted to have it kind of run together but still have a strong dynamic to it. I think thematically, I suppose there’s quite a few songs about loss, and grief, and how people deal with grief, and mortality, and how I suppose that becomes more apparent the older you get.

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