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Posted on Oct 01, 2013 01:55 pm
Drummer Roger Taylor of Queen recently premiered a new track "Sunny Day" during an exclusive BBC Radio appearance.
The song comes off Taylor's upcoming fifth solo record "Fun on Earth," due out on October 25 through Parlophone Records. You can check out the tune's snippet below.
The album itself is a solo effort by all means, as it features Roger handling each of the instrumental, as well as vocal and writing duties. Several guest artists did however make their appearances, including Jeff Beck, Bob Geldof and Neil Murray. When it comes to "Sunny Day," Jason Falloon gave a contribution with his guitar work.
"Fun on Earth" comes as slightly overdue, seeing that the recording sessions kicked off almost five years ago, sometime during late 2008. With 13 tracks, the album clocks in at just over 45 minutes. Check out the full track listing below.
"Fun on Earth" track listing:
01. One Night Stand
02. Fight Club
03. Be With You
04. Quality Street
05. I Don't Care
06. Sunny Day
07. Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark)
08. I Am the Drummer (in a Rock N' Roll Band)
10. Say It's Not True
11. The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken)
The new song fetched a few comparisons with Rod Stewart when it comes to vocal delivery. Let us know whether you agree in the comments.