Ryan Adams has revealed plans to launch three studio albums this 12 months. “Remember that year when I released 3 records,” he tweeted. “Let’s do it again.” Today, Capitol Records announced a 2019 launch for Big Colors, an album title Adams has beforehand teased. According to MSNBC anchor Katy Tur, Big Colors would be the first of the three. Politico’s Jake Sherman claims that Adams’ second report will probably be known as Wednesdays. The third album title and any additional launch dates of the initiatives haven’t but been revealed. See the tweets and album art work beneath.
Adams will probably be sharing extra data on Big Colors, together with monitor itemizing, through tomorrow’s version of the Washington Post. Representatives for Adams didn’t supply additional remark.
The trio of releases follows 2017’s Prisoner. He’s since contributed to the Tegan and Sara tribute LP The Con X: Covers, shared the Valentine’s Day single “Baby I Love You,” and dropped a Prisoner B-sides collection. He additionally penned new songs for the native channel Denver7 News and the radio channel 105.5: The Colorado Sound.