A few weeks ago, we told you that Richard Ashcroft had finished recording his new studio album.
According to Ashcroft's new manager, Steve Kutner, former The Verve's frontma, Richard Ashcroft finished recording his new material. Kutner took to IG to share news on the new album posting a picture of a cd and writing below 'It's finished' #richardashcroft a few weeks ago.
The album was apparently recorded at This is Metropolis studios where The Verve recorded one of the best albums of all time 'Urban Hymns'.
Ashcroft's manager shared new photos of Ashcroft in the studio with his band rehearsing afew days ago and last night, former The Verve's frontman was at the MPG Awards 2016 where he got on stage and performed The Verve's classic tunes Bittersweet Symphony and The Drugs Don't Work.
Ashcroft played a series of acoustic gigs in 2015 which included Switzerland, Spain and Mexico. At Corona Capital, Ashcroft said he'd be back with a band soon.
So looking forward to Ashcroft's new album? Let us know.
Read this, Ashcroft at Corona Capital.
Source: Steve Kutner Instagram