Rod Stewart unveils new music video

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“Almost Like Being in Love”, Rod Stewart’s latest single, recorded with Jools Holland, is now adorned with images.

“Almost Like Being in Love”, the first single from the collaborative album Rod Stewart And Jools Holland, is now adorned with a music video, filmed in Saint-Pancras station, in London. It is available via the player below:

Written by Frederick Loewe, “Almost Like Being in Love” was later made famous by Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole.

This is the first extract from Swing Fever, the next joint album of the two artists, whose release is announced on February 23, 2024.

Speaking about the recording, Rod Stewart explains “that it was recorded in live conditions. Jools was rehearsing with the band one day and the next day I was going into the studio. Everything was recorded live except for my vocal parts, we had three takes in three hours. These days, few records are made this way. »

This disc is a first step in a new direction from Rod Stewart, who decided to “ put rock ‘n’ roll aside, for a moment, at least. » Nevertheless, he plans to play his biggest songs during a final tour, which will notably include a visit to the Zénith in Paris on June 30, 2024.


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