Texas to Release New Album, 'The Conversation'

by Sarah Zupko

25 March 2013

This year is the 25th anniversary of Scottish pop band Texas' founding and the group is returning (finally!) with a new album.
 

The Conversation is the band’s eighth record and comes eight years after their last effort. It was recorded primarily in Richard Hawley’s Sheffield studio, with other tracks set to zeroes and ones in London and Glasgow. The album releases 20th May 2013.


  

TRACK LIST
The Conversation
Dry Your Eyes
If This Isn’t Real
Detroit City
I Will Always
Talk About Love
Hid From the Light
Be True
Maybe I
Hearts Are Made to Stray
Big World
I Need Time

Topics: scotland | texas
 

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