New Boston Album Will Include Brad Delp




The new Boston album is set to drop in December 3rd. It’s their first album in eleven years. It has been confirmed that Brad Delp’s vocals will be included. Delp, the band’s original singer, committed suicide in 2007, but had material in the archive that was used. Also, Tommy DeCarlo, Scholz, Kimberley Dahme and David Victor sing on the album. Delp sings vocals on three tracks: Didn’t Mean To Fall In LoveSail Away and Someone 2.0.

1.     Heaven on Earth
2.     Didn’t Mean To Fall In Love
3.     Last Day Of School
4.     Sail Away
5.     Life, Love & Hope
6.     If You Were In Love
7.     Someday
8.     Love Got Away
9.     Someone (2.0)
10.   You Gave Up On Love (2.0)
11.   The Way You Look Tonight

Scholz says: “These are songs from the heart, each of them taking many months of effort to write, arrange, perform and record, always up to the demands of Boston’s harshest critic – me. The songs have been meticulously recorded to analogue tape on the same machines and equipment used for Boston’s hits for the past 35 years.”

Boston formed in 1976, and their self-titled debut album sold more than 17 million copies. Even though the debut has been considered one of the greatest albums of all time, this will only be their fifth album since then.