Wednesday 14 November 2012, 13:41 | By

Caitlin Rose details new LP


Caitlin Rose

Texan singer-songwriter Caitlin Rose has shared various particulars of her new LP, as follows 2010’s pared-back ‘Own Side Now’. Bearing the title ‘The Stand-In’, it’s set for release on 25 Feb 2013 via Names Records.

Says Rose, who made the 1950s Hollywood-inspired record with a collective of Nashville musicians: “I have a tendency to work small so this album is like my first attempt at a high kick. Self-exploration isn’t something to take lightly and I learned a lot about myself this time around, but this was more of a team effort than anything I’ve ever done”.

Hear ‘No One To Call’ – the first of the new album’s ten original tracks (the others are covers of The Deep Vibration’s ‘I Was Cruel’, and Felice Brothers’ ‘Dallas’) – via this SoundCloud player:


No One To Call
I Was Cruel
Only A Clown
Pink Champagne
Golden Boy
Everywhere I Go
Silver Sings
When I’m Gone
Old Numbers


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