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Ryan Bingham Announces New Album 'American Love Song' And Spring UK Shows

Friday, 30 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Ryan Bingham will return with a new LP early in the new year.

The roots singer-songwriter will release 'American Love Song' on February 15 via his own Axster Bingham Records, his sixth album to date and first full length since 2015's 'Fear and Saturday Night'. 

Co-produced with guitarist Charlie Sexton, the LP was recorded at Arlyn Studios and Public Hi-Fi in Austin, Texas with additional recording at Matter Music in Los Angeles. Bingham has also shared the record's evocative lead single, Wolves, which deals with the painful memories of his youth.

Bingham will celebrate the album's release with full band tours of North America and Europe next spring, calling in the UK for a London show at Union Chapel on April 26 before heading to Òran Mór in Glasgow two days later. Tickets are on sale now.

In other news, Bingham has announced details of his self-curated music festival, The Western, which is set to take over the famous Luckenbach open air venue in Texas on April 12 and 13.

Ryan Bingham Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri April 26 2019 - LONDON Union Chapel
Sun April 28 2019 - GLASGOW Oran Mor

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