Robin Trower details Where You Are Going To

Robin Trower will release studio album Where You Are Going To in May 6 via Manhaton Records, he’s confirmed.

And he describes the work as a continuation of previous title Something’s About To Change.

Trower says: “It ranges from rock to funky soul, with some epic blues grooves. The title track is me reflecting on my life and career, and how we have no idea how our lives might unfold.

“In terms of influences I felt I was channelling a combination of James Brown and John Lee Hooker on the funky The Fruits Of Your Desire and album closer Delusion Sweet Delusion. I’m really looking forward to playing those on tour.”

He adds: “Opener When Will The Next Blow Fall is a bit of a rocker inspired by the events in Europe and how uncertain people’s futures are. The album features two very emotional tracks, We Will Be Together Someday and I’m Holding On To You, both dedicated to the memory of my late wife.”

Where You Are Going To features Trower on guitars, vocals and bass, with Chris Taggart on drums. It was produced by Livingstone Brown at Studio 91 in Newbury. It’s available for pre-order (opens in new tab) now.

Robin Trower Where You Are Going To tracklist

  1. When Will The Next Blow Fall
  2. Where You Are Going To
  3. Back Where You Belong
  4. Jigsaw
  5. The Fruits of Your Desire
  6. We Will Be Together Someday
  7. Ain’t No Use To Worry
  8. In Too Deep
  9. I’m Holding on to You
  10. Delusion Sweet Delusion

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