New Album: Zoot Woman – Star Climbing (2014/09/01)

:: Zoot Woman are back.

Brothers Johnny [guitar/vocals] and Adam Blake [keys] have teamed up with Stuart Price [production] once more for the first Zoot Woman album in five years. Star Climbing is the fourth full-length by the London electronic/synth-pop band, following their 2009 album Things Are What They Used To Be.

Star Climbing was released in the UK/Europe on September 01, 2014 via Embassy One. Germany/Austria/Switzerland already saw release on August 29. The album is available as download, CD and 12″ vinyl LP. You can buy digitally from iTunes or order your physical copy of Star Climbing from Amazon.

The set of eleven tracks was written and recorded over a three year period in four different studios in the UK and in Stuart Price’s L.A. studio. In a press release, he commented on the album production: “We [were] working on songs and lyrics until we felt like we had found the albums direction. It is our most distinctive album to date, combining all our different tastes and styles into one.”

Don’t Tear Yourself Apart is the first single from the album. The official video is directed and produced by Uwe Flade, watch it above. The album trailer for  Star Climbing is streaming below.

Cover Art:
Zoot Woman - Star Climbing (2014)

Tracklist:
01. Don’t Tear Yourself Apart
02. Silhouette
03. Coming Up For Air
04. Nothing In The World
05. Rock & Roll Symphony
06. Chemistry
07. The Stars Are Bright
08. Real Real Love
09. Lifeline
10. Elusive
11. Waterfall Into The Fire

Upcoming Tour Dates:
Thu 16 Oct 2014 // Amsterdam, Netherlands // Paradiso Noord, Tolhuistuin

Follow ‘Zoot Woman’ on:
Official Website | Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | Youtube | Instagram

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