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Charlie Barnes Streams Title Track For New Album 'More Stateley Mansions'

Tuesday, 14 April 2015 Written by Laura Johnson

Charlie Barnes has streamed the title track for his new album, 'More Stately Mansions'.

Barnes' debut LP is due May 11 via Superball Music. It takes its title from the Kurt Vonnegut short story of the same name and was produced by Steve Durose of Oceansize. Discussing the song, which premiered through Clash Magazinehe said:

“I'm so proud of this song. It's one of the most bonkers things I've ever written, but without being obtuse. It's still fundamentally just a pop song with a melody you can whistle. Unusually for me, the lyrics came together very quickly and easily. I don't even remember writing half of them. It's nothing groundbreaking really; early twenties contemplation of your place in the world and why we do the things we do, how the hell to keep your head above water and all that."

Check it out below.

Charlie Barnes plays a string of intimate shows in April and May. Check here for dates.


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