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JAMES REYNE Announces New Album ‘Toon Town Lullaby’ – His First New Studio Album In 8 Years

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Bloodlines is proud to announce the release of Toon Town Lullaby, James Reyne’s 12th studio album and his first in eight years. Toon Town Lullaby will be released on 10 July.

Today, James Reyne releases the title track as the first single from Toon Town Lullaby. A savage look at the cliched world of co-writing and the manufactured hit-making machine, the beauty of the music in the song masks the sting of its lyrics. “I’m gonna kick some tyres,” James sings. “And light some fires and punch a hole in the sky.”

Produced by Dorian West and co-produced by James Reyne, Toon Town Lullaby sees James Reyne focused firmly on the future. His wry observations and wordplay remain razor-sharp across the 10 tracks, and the album even sees James take a stab at writing a love song, aptly titled ‘Trying To Write A Love Song’.

James Reyne has a celebrated history, with 19 top-40 hits throughout his career – nine solo, seven with Australian Crawl, and three with Company Of Strangers. In 1996, James Reyne was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame, honouring his prestigious 40+ year career. Four decades after the release of his first album, James Reyne remains as defiant as ever.

James Reyne’s co-headline tour with Mark Seymour has been rescheduled for 2021. Re-scheduled dates are to be advised.

 

Toon Town Lullaby
James Reyne

Album out Friday 10 July through Bloodlines
Available to pre-order here

 

 

Toon Town Lullaby tracklist:
1. Toon Town Lullaby
2. A Little Ol’ Town South Of Bakersfield
3. Low Hanging Fruit
4. Burning Books
5. Calamity Jane
6. Trying To Write A Love Song
7. This Time
8. The Tallest Man I Ever Knew
9. Last Great Love Affair
10. Wrong Guy

 

https://jamesreyne.com.au/

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