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Wreckless Eric To Return With New Album ‘Transience’
Eric Goulden, the man everyone knows as Wreckless Eric, is a rare example of an older and established artist who hasn’t lapsed into comfortable formulas. Exactly a year after his last album, the well-received Construction Time & Demolition, he’s back with a new album, Transience, that is out on the 17th May on Southern Domestic Records. On Transience, Eric is joined by friends including acoustic 12-string guitar player Alexander Turnquist, Cheap Trick bassist,Tom Petersson, Amy Rigby on piano and backing vocals, horn player Artie Barbato, and on drums Steve Goulding, late of Graham Parker & The Rumour, the first time he and Eric have recorded together since Eric’s enduring hit Whole Wide World back in 1976.
You can stream the album’s opening track, Father To The Man, below