Dave Gahan to visitor on new Humanist album

Humanist’s Rob Marshall – Picture © Katja Mayer

Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan to seem on Humanist’s second album.

On The Edge Of A Misplaced And Lonely World, the second album from Humanist, will characteristic visitor appearances from a stellar solid of vocal skills.

The brand new report consists of contributions from Dave Gahan, Isobel Campbell, Ed Harcourt, Tim Smith, James Allan (Glasvegas), Carl Hancock Rux, and Peter Hayes (Black Insurgent Bike Membership).

To accompany the announcement Humanist have shared a video for the compelling new single Too Many Rivals, that includes Harp’s Tim Smith, previously of Midlake. Watch beneath:

Tragedy, Solace & Hope

A frequent collaborator with the late, nice Mark Lanegan, Humanist is the recording alias of multi-instrumentalist Rob Marshall.  Commenting on the brand new single Marshall says: “Tim’s voice has all the time had a profound impact on me. In Too Many Rivals it stirs feelings which might be each acquainted but unusually unknown. With this piece, Tim delves actually deep, evoking a mixture of tragedy, solace, and hope. It’s a masterful efficiency the place his melody seamlessly intertwines with my music. It’s a collaboration I’m actually happy with.”

On The Edge Of A Misplaced And Lonely World is the second album from Humanist following 2020’s self-titled debut.

The triumphant first LP featured vocal contributions from Mark Lanegan, Mark Gardener (Trip) and Joel Cadbury (UNKLE) and Dave Gahan, who appeared on the observe Shock Collar, watch beneath:

Moreover, following Humanist’s latest assist slots with Depeche Mode on their European tour, Marshall and his band will open for US rockers Jane’s Dependancy on their UK dates:

Monday 27 Could – London Roundhouse
Wednesday 29 Could – London Roundhouse
Friday 31 Could – Glasgow Barrowland
Sunday 2 June – Manchester O2 Apollo

Launched 26 July by way of Bella Union, On The Edge Of A Misplaced And Lonely World is obtainable to preorder right here.

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