After 11 years of silence Nick Lowe is back

After 11 years of silence Nick Lowe is back

Nick Lowe will return with his first new studio album in 11 years, entitled “Indoor Safari”. Along with the announcement, she released a new music video for the album's lead single, “Went to a Party”.

Recorded alongside longtime Lowe's collaborators, Los Straitjackets, “Indoor Safari” will be released on September 13th via Yep Roc Records.

Among its 12 songs there will be new originals, covers and some “re-adapted” versions of previously released singles.

It will be Lowe's first new album since 2013's “Quality Street: A Seasonal Selection for all the Family”

This is the tracklist of Indoor Safari
01. Went to a Party
02. Love Starvation
03. Crying Inside
04. A Quiet Place
05. Blue on Blue
06. Jet Pac Boomerang
07. Tokyo Bay
08. Trombone
09. Different Kind of Blue
10. Raincoat in the River
11. Lay It on Me Baby
12. Don't Be Nice to Me

Nick Lowe began his musical career in his native Great Britain in 1970 with the Brinsley Schwarz, London pub rock band with which he released 6 albums. He then collaborates with Dave Edmunds in the Rockpile (4 albums). In the mid-70s he also became a producer and worked with i Dr. Feelgood and then with i Damned.

He also forms a close relationship with Elvis Costello of which he produced the first five records.

In the 1980s he moved overseas and worked with John Hiatt (in that 1987 jewel which is “Bring The Family”). Together with Hiatt (guitar, piano and vocals), Ry Cooder (chitarra And voice) And Jim Keltner (drums) plays bass in the project “Little village” who released a single CD of the same name in 1992 (with a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Rock Group Albumbut nothing more.)

He achieved commercial success by writing (but not performing) the song “(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding” included in the soundtrack of “Bodyguard” (1992 film with Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner).

From 1978 to 2013 he published 14 studio albums under his name, one live album and two EPs, including in 1977 “Bowi” so titled playing with the word “Low” and his surname, the title of David Bowie's album