Gossip announces new album, ‘Real Power’

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And the long-awaited return of the iconic trio after a decade.

The American synth-pop band announced their return after 12 years, with a new album on the way Real Power is the tribute of Gossip to his path in the industry, enter, leave and be reborn in music.

Real Power will be released on March 22, 2024, after a decade after their last album A Joyful Noise. In their new material they seek to recover the power to communicate thanks to indie rock, something that has always marked their place compared to others. In 11 tracks produced by Rick Rubin, Gossip It’s back better than ever.

You can now listen to their first single “Crazy Again”, a hymn to liberation, which calls for the feeling of recovering and finding the security we seek. In the video starring Beth Dittounder the direction of Cody Critchoewe can appreciate this trip: giving the necessary freedom to return to the stages of Gossip.

You’re ready? You can pre-save the album on the band’s official site.

  1. “Act Of God”
  2. “Real Power”
  3. “Don’t Be Afraid”
  4. “Crazy Again”
  5. “Edge Of The Sun”
  6. “Give It Up For Love”
  7. “Turn The Card”
  8. “Tell Me Something”
  9. “Light It Up”
  10. “Tough”
  11. “Peace And Quiet”

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