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Mark Ronson Announces New Album, 'Late Night Feelings', Shares Lykke Li Collaboration

Friday, 12 April 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Mark Ronson has announced a new album.

‘Late Night Feelings’ will arrive on June 21 through Sony Music, and is set to feature collaborations with Camila Cabello, King Princess, YEBBA, Alicia Keys and more.

The record’s first cut, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart featuring Miley Cyrus, came in November, and now the award-winning producer has shared the title track. Featuring guest vocals from Lykke Li, Late Night Feelings is a groove-driven but subtly endearing dance song, slotting nicely into your after-party playlist—still keeping the party going, but bringing it down a peg or two for the early hours.

‘Late Night Feelings’ tracklist:

1. Late Night Prelude
2. Late Night Feelings (feat. Lykke Li)
3. Find U Again (feat. Camila Cabello)
4. Pieces of Us (feat. King Princess)
5. Knock Knock Knock
6. Don’t Leave Me Lonely (feat. YEBBA)
7. When U Went Away
8. Truth (feat. Alicia Keys)
9. Nothing Breaks Like a Heart (feat. Miley Cyrus)
10. True Blue
11. Why Hide
12. 2 AM
13. Spinning





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