A good year for the roses?

New wave icon Elvis Costello is to release a new album with his band The Imposters in the near future.

The prolific singer-songwriter – responsible for hits such as ‘Oliver’s Army’ ‘Pump It Up’ and ‘Alison’ – is set to follow up his last Imposters record ‘Momofuku’, which came out in 2008. Since then, Costello has released a further three studio albums; both under as a solo artist and with The Roots.

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Full details for the new Elvis Costello and The Imposters album are yet to be confirmed, with a release date and title still unknown. However, the London musician is set to embark on a twenty date long US tour this autumn in support of the record, so it’s likely to be released in 2018.

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Kicking off in Pennsylvania on November 2, full details for the tour are available here on Elvis Costello’s website. Select dates offer the option to pre-order the new album.

Next month Elvis Costello also has UK shows lined up in Edinburgh, Newcastle, Southend, Plymouth, and Sussex.

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Earlier this year Paul McCartney shared a rare demo featuring Elvis Costello. Originally recorded during the sessions for the Beatle’s 1989 album ‘Flowers In The Dirt’. There are a total of nine demoes featuring Costello from the sessions.

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