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Chris Stapleton Announces New Album 'From A Room: Volume 2'

Tuesday, 17 October 2017 Written by Helen Payne

Photo: Andy Barron

Chris Stapleton has announced a new album, 'From A Room: Volume 2'.

The record, due for release on December 1 through Mercury Records, takes its name from Nashville’s RCA Studio A, where it was recorded with producer Dave Cobb. Head here to check out our review of 'From A Room: Volume 1'.

Listen to Broken Halos, from 'Volume 1', below.





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