Brian Eno announces new album Foreverandevernomore for October 2022 release and shares quiet new song “There Were Bells”

Brian Eno Announces New Album Foreverandevernomore For October 2022 Release, Shares Quiet New Song

Brian Eno’s has announced his first studio album in six years titled FOREVER AND NEVER AGAIN which is slated for release October 14 on Verve/UMC. The 10-track disc was made in his west London studio and is the first album to feature his vocals on the majority of tracks since 2005. another day on earth. The new album will be available in vinyl, CD and digital formats, including ATMOS, for pre-order on Eno’s website. The transcendent debut single, “There Were Bells” was also released.

There Were Bells” was written by Brian Eno for a performance by him and his brother Roger at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Acropolis, in August 2021, where the music video was also filmed.

“Like everyone – except, apparently, most of the world’s governments – I thought about our shrunken and precarious future, and this music was born out of those thoughts,” Eno said of the new album. “Maybe is it more accurate to say that I felt that…and that music was born out of those feelings Those of us who share those feelings are aware that the world is changing at a lightning-fast pace and that a great part of it disappears forever…hence the title of the album.

The album also has production credits from Leo Abrahams, Roger Eno, Peter Chilvers, Clodagh Simonds, Cecily Eno, Darla Eno and Jon Hopkins.

Eno announced earlier this year that a documentary is in the works with never-before-seen music and includes “breakthrough generative technology” for multiple versions of the film. A release date has not yet been set.


1. Who gives a thought

2. We let him in

3. Icarus or Blériot

4. Star Garden

5. Include

6. There were bells

7. Sherry

8. I am not me

9. Those little noises

10. Make gardens of silence


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