Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, New Album (!) and US/European Tour 2009, New single (and bonus track!)

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Hope Sandoval ponders Through The Devil Softly

Hope Sandoval ponders Through The Devil Softly

The folks over at Brooklyn Vegan have been reporting for quite some time now on the return of former Mazzy Star vocalist Hope Sandoval. Actually, it’s exciting to hear of Hope Sandoval return as a solo artist, but she spoke to Rolling Stone earlier this year regarding a possible fourth Mazzy Star album with David Roback. The last time we heard Sandoval was with the Warm Inventions on 2001’s Bavarian Fruit Bread. Since then, the Mexican-American singer and East Los Angelean has collaborated with the likes of Massive Attack, Air, Le Volume Corbe, The Chemical Brothers, Jesus & The Mary Chain, and most recently contributed a track for Air France (like the plane company, yo) compilation, In The Air. She will reprise vocal duties on the upcoming  Massive Attack album, Weather Underground. Sandoval’s new record, Through The Devil Softly, will be released on Nettwerk on September 15, 2009. Her sophomore album was recorded in Northern California and Ireland. Nettwerk reports Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions will tour North America and Europe this fall. Check out a taste of the new record and new album tracklist below:

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions – “Blanchard” from Through The Devil Softly (MP3)

BONUS! Hope Sandoval – “Wild Roses” from Air France’s In The Air (MP3)

Through The Devil Softly
September 15, 2009
Nettwerk Records

1. Blanchard
2. Wild Roses
3. For The Rest Of Your Life
4. Lady Jessica and Sam
5. Sets The Blaze
6. Thinking Like That
7. There’s A Willow
8. Trouble
9. Fall Aside
10. Blue Bird
11. Satellite

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One Response to “Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, New Album (!) and US/European Tour 2009, New single (and bonus track!)”

  1. Mí Casa Music Roundup #2 « Mí Casa Music Blog Says:

    […] NEWS: Hope Sandoval readies sophomore album and new mp3s: […]

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