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Mutual Benefit Announces New Album 'Thunder Follows The Light', Shares New Tracks

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Jordan Lee, aka Mutual Benefit, has announced the release of his new LP.

'Thunder Follows The Light' is set to arrive on September 21 via Transgressive Records, following up his last outing, 2016's 'Skip A Sinking Stone'. Discussing the record, Lee said:

"Happy album announcement day! I can finally share some of the music I’ve been working on the last couple years. 'Thunder Follows the Light' speaks to the power of collective memory and all the ways we deal with the storms raging outside and inside of us. I hope you enjoy the first two singles, Storm Cellar Heart and New History. This was a hugely collaborative work with some of my favorite musicians."

Take a look at the record's cover art and stream the two new tracks, New History and Storm Cellar Heart, below.

'Thunder Follows The Light'

1. Written In Lightning
2. New History
3. Storm Cellar Heart
4. Shedding Skin
5. Come To Pass
6. Waves, Breaking
7. No Dominion
8. Mountains Shadow
9. Nightingale Sing
10. Thunder Follows

Lee plays a rare solo show at the Lexington in London on Thursday. Live shows in North America, UK, Ireland, Europe and the rest of the world will be announced shortly.

Mutual Benefit Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu May 24 2018 - LONDON Lexington

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