How To Dress Well shares deets on new album, releases video for Lost Youth / Lost You

How To Dress Well shares deets on new album, releases video for Lost Youth / Lost You

Care is out September 23 and comes alongside a multi-date US tour.

Since the release of his debut album Love Remains, US singer-songwriter How To Dress Well has become one of R&B's most sought-after names, picking up a legion of fans and followers since the project's inception some seven years ago. Since the release of 2014's What Is This Heart?, How To Dress Well's next release has become one of the most anticipated of 2016, and now, finally, more details are starting to come to light. Care, his fourth album under the How To Dress Well alias, is set to drop on September 23 via Domino Records, and features co-production credits from Jamaican artist Dre Skull (who remixed Jamie xx's I Know There's Gonna Be Good Times with dancehall rapper Popcaan), Canadian composer Kara-Lis Coverdale and electronic producer CFCF. With its eleven tracks (tracklist at the bottom of this article), Care is anticipated to be How To Dress Well's most impressive piece to date and one of the best electronic albums of the year, and if the album's first tease, the crooning R&B number Lost Youth / Lost You is anything to go by, this is sounding pretty spot on. Lost Youth / Lost You showcases How To Dress Well's crooning vocal line, which sails above an atmospheric, piano-laden production that boasts a climactic guitar solo about midway through. Watch the video for the track below (or the NSFW version, if you fancy), and check out his just-announced US and Canada tour dates HERE.

Care Tracklisting:

01. Can't You Tell
02. Salt Song
03. What's Up
04. Lost Youth/Lost You
05. The Ruins
06. Burning Up
07. I Was Terrible
08. Anxious
09. Time Was Meant To Stay
10. Made A Lifetime
11. They'll Take Everything You Have

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