Bryan Ferry's New Album Features Nile Rodgers, David Gilmour, Flea, Radiohead and More

This news should make a lot of rock fans long for Rocktober to hurry up and arrive: Bryan Ferry has announced an October 26th release date for his brand new studio album Olympia, his debut for Astralwerks Records.

The album features musical contributions from Nile Rodgers, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Groove Armada, Scissor Sisters, Marcus Miller, Flea, ex Stone Roses Mani (Primal Scream) and Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead. It also sees Bryan Ferry reunite on record with members of Roxy Music, including Brian Eno, Phil Manzanera, and Andy Mackay. This is the first album to reunite them since Roxy Music's seminal album For Your Pleasure in 1973.

The album follows the release of the brand new single "You Can Dance" on August 10th. "You Can Dance", which is already a club hit across Europe, is accompanied by a stunning music video shot at the historic Wilton's Music Hall in London.

The album features eight new songs, and Ferry's moving adaptation of Tim Buckley's "Song To the Siren"; an amazing version of Traffic's "No Face, No Name, No Number" as well as collaborations with Scissor Sisters ("Heartache By Numbers") and Groove Armada ("Shameless").

Olympia Tracklisting:
You Can Dance
Heartache By Numbers
Me Oh My
Song To The Siren
No Face, No Name, No Number
Bf Bass (Ode To Olympia)
Reason Or Rhyme
Tender Is The Night

Olympia was co-produced by Bryan Ferry and Rhett Davies.

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