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Foy Vance has revealed details of his forthcoming studio album ‘Signs Of Life’, due out on 10 September 2021.

The Irish singer-songwriter has also revealed brand new single ‘Time Stand Still’. It follows previous releases ‘Sapling’ and title track ‘Signs Of Life’, which have already accumulated close to half a million Spotify plays in the last two weeks.

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‘Signs Of Life’ will be Vance’s second studio album on Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records and the follow-up to 2016s ‘The Wild Swan’.

Created during 2020 across three locations including Vance’s Pilgrim studio at home on the shores of Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire, a recording set-up in a nearby Dunvarlich House and at Plan B’s Kings X studio in London, the album was written and played predominantly by Vance alongside young Northern Irish producer Gareth Dunlop.

The soulful singer commented, “Signs of Life is about re-emergence – me in my own soft revolution, the world re-emerging in what we’re about to see as we hopefully go back to some semblance of normality. But just life in general – flowers growing through the cracks in Chernobyl. Life finds a way, doesn’t it?”

Furthermore, An Evening With Foy Vance Tour will head to venues across the UK & Ireland this September:

Glasgow King Tuts, 06 Sept
Leeds Brudenell Social Club, 07
London Oslo, 09
London St. Pancras Old Church, 10
Belfast Empire, 12
Dublin Whelans, 13

Tickets on sale Friday (02 July) at 12noon from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Plus support from Anderson East

Foy Vance ‘Signs Of Life’ Full Album tracklisting:

Sapling
We Can’t Be Tamed
Signs Of Life
Roman Attack
People Are Pills
Time Stand Still
If Christopher Calls
System
Hair of The Dog
Resplendence
Republic Of Eden
It Ain’t Over
Percolate

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