Bunbury postponed the release of his new album, ‘Possible’, originally scheduled for April 17, in March “due to the current circumstances of the global coronavirus pandemic.”
He did not give an alternative date then, but now the Spanish artist confirms on social networks that what will be his tenth studio album will arrive on May 29.
Before that date, on April 15 he will present ‘Las Palabras’, fourth preview already after ‘Desires to use and throw away’, ‘Man of action’ and ‘Anyone in his right mind (he would have gone crazy for you)’.
In total, there will be ten new songs: ‘Anyone in their right mind (He would have gone crazy for you)’, ‘Man of action’, ‘Desire to use and throw’, ‘My possibilities (Interstellar)’, ‘The words’ , ‘Avant-garde art’, ‘Headless Mariachi’, ‘Like a million dollars’, ‘Undecided or not’ and ‘The terms of my surrender’.
The corresponding presentation tour is scheduled to start on July 2 in Puebla (Mexico). Later, it has confirmed dates for America, Spain and several European countries until the end of November (all details, at www.enriquebunbury.com).
Bunbury announced his return on January 1 with another message in which he anticipated: “This is a very important album for me. Tremendously personal. I think there are musical compositions, verses, melodies and production that seem valuable to me. I don’t mind openly confessing the affection and love I feel for this new recording, which looks at the present and my way of feeling today. “
Therefore, Bunbury recommended listening to him with “hatred wide open, to know and understand and let yourself be guided by emotion and the capacity for surprise.” “In this album nothing is what it seems at first listen and his songs are wide open to the unexpected. I hope you enjoy them because I give you something very valuable to me. Kisses and hugs for everyone,” he finished.
This next album, which will finally arrive on May 29, will continue Bunbury’s solo career, whose last studio work was ‘Expectaciones’ in 2017.