Van Morrison debuts new song, “Love Should Come with a Warning,” from upcoming studio album
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Van Morrison has debuted the third advance track from his upcoming album — the aptly titled Latest Record Project: Volume 1, which will be released on May 7.
The new tune, “Love Should Come with a Warning,” is available now as a digital download and via streaming services. You also can check it out at Morrison’s official YouTube channel.
The laid-back, soulful song features Van crooning about a broken romance, accompanied by a vintage-sounding organ and call-and-response backing vocals.
As previously reported, Latest Record Project: Volume 1, Van’s 42nd studio album, is a 28-track collection that will be available as a two-CD set, a triple-vinyl package and on digital formats. If you pre-order the album, you’ll receive instant free downloads of “Love Should Come with a Warning” and the other two advance tracks: “Only a Song” and “Latest Record Project.”
To celebrate the release of the album, Morrison will be playing his first-ever virtual concert on Saturday, May 8. The show will be streamed from Peter Gabriel‘s Real World Studios in Wiltshire, U.K., via the nugs.net platform starting at 3 p.m. ET.
You can pre-order tickets now at nugs.net, with an HD stream priced at $14.99 and a stream in the higher-res 5K format costing $24.99. Morrison will be playing some of his brand-new songs, as well as a selection of classic tunes from his catalog.
Visit VanMorrison.com for more details about the upcoming album.
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