James Blunt will release his highly-anticipated sophomore effort in September and a single two months prior.
Not releasing any album in two years after a big breakthrough, James Blunt raises the anticipation on the sophomore effort. Under the title "All the Lost Souls", the singer's album will answer the demand on September 17 via Custard/Atlantic.
Blunt once again teamed up with his long-standing live band for the artistic team and producer Tom Rothrock who was responsible for the success of "Back to Bedlam" (2005).
On the heels of selling millions for debut album, Blunt admits feeling "no pressure whatsoever". He said, "Instead of setting that as a target, I set out to do and record something that I really enjoy, that I'm really happy with. It was a release, in a way. It's something that I can say shows my growth and a development as a songwriter and as a musician, shows development in my own life, and records and documents it in that way."
The second album has also a single ready to be released on July 23 titled "1973". Some other tracks already revealed are "I Really Want You", "Same Mistake" and "Annie" which were written during his tour in 2006.