Sheryl Crow is back with new album ‘Evolution’

Sheryl Crow has returned with a new album. The album Evolution was released on Friday by the 62-year-old singer-songwriter.

Along with six additional songs, Evolution includes the singles “Alarm Clock,” “Evolution,” “Do It Again,” and “Digging in the Dirt,” which features Peter Gabriel.

The record is Crow’s first since Threads in 2019—nearly five years ago.

The title track, “Evolution,” was performed by Crow on Thursday’s episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Crow’s New Album – Evolution

The single “Alarm Clock,” which was co-written by Emily Weisband and Elizondo, is featured on “Evolution.” After making an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” yesterday evening, Crow performed the album’s melancholic title tune, “Evolution,” live and electrifyingly live on “Good Morning America.”

The newly released tracks “Do It Again” and “Digging In The Dirt” with Peter Gabriel are also included on the new album; the latter is only accessible on the digital deluxe edition of “Evolution.”

In “Evolution,” Crow is at her most genuine human.

“Writing from a deep soul place while sitting in silence is how this music and lyrics came to be,” the artist stated. “I swore I would never record again, believing there was no purpose, but this music is what my soul sings.” I want everyone who listens to this record to sense that.

Sheryl Crow
Soure: Parade

About Sheryl Crow

American music superstar Crow is a nine-time Grammy Award winner. 35 million copies of her first nine studio albums have been sold worldwide; seven of them have reached the Top 10 and five have been certified as multi-Platinum sellers. A new generation of singer-songwriters, including Phoebe Bridgers, H.E.R., Haim, Maren Morris, Lorde, Sasami, Best Coast, and Brandi Carlile, have honored Crow by covering her songs and discussing her influence.

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