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Mazzy Star to Release First Album in 17 Years, 'Seasons of Your Day'

July 17, 2013 (4:11 am) GMT
The 'Fade Into You' rockers' new album, which will follow up their 1996's 'Among My Swan', is set to be released on September 24 via Rhymes of an Hour Records.

Rock band Mazzy Star comes back with a new album, "Seasons of Your Day". Co-written and co-produced by lead singer Hope Sandoval and guitarist David Roback, the follow-up to 1996's "Among My Swan" is set to be released on September 24 via their own Rhymes of an Hour Records.

The 10-track album was recorded in Norway and California. It will feature performances from the band's original members as well as My Bloody Valentine's Colm O Ciosoig and late Scottish musician Bert Jansch. Jansch can be heard on a guitar duet with Roback.

Following the new album announcement, Mazzy Star released a new single called "California". Accompanying music video is expected to drop in August. Preceded by 2011 singles "Common Burn" and "Lay Myself Down", "California" serves as the first official single off the upcoming album.

Mazzy Star will soon be announcing a set of North American and European tour dates for this fall.

Mazzy Star's "Seasons of Your Day" tracklist:

  1. "In the Kingdom"
  2. "California"
  3. "I've Gotta Stop"
  4. "Does Someone Have Your Baby Now"
  5. "Common Burn"
  6. "Seasons of Your Day"
  7. "Flying Low"
  8. "Sparrow"
  9. "Spoon"
  10. "Lay Myself Down"


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