Thomas Lang releases his latest album, “The German Alphabet” through Klee Music, a subsidiary of the world famous Liverpool Probe-Plus Records, on Monday 26th September 2016. This will be his first release since 2014’s “Torch”. This collection of new material is the result of his collaboration over the last 12 months with the production team of Colin Mackay and Alan Currie, and recorded at the world famous Parr Street Studio and The Vale Studio in Liverpool.
“The German Alphabet” will be released in two editions. Firstly a vinyl edition, the “Munich” edition, which will feature ten new tracks, including a previously unreleased David A Hughes – Jones – Murphy composition “Lost Till I Found You”. The CD edition – “Dusseldorf” – has extra tracks and alternative mixes of those on the “Munich” edition.
Klee Music and Probe Plus Records are currently holding a pre-sale for a combined package of both versions of “The German Alphabet”, which unfortunately resulted on the Probe Plus website crashing due to the surge in electronic traffic. Thomas Lang fans worldwide are excited with the prospect of owning a new Thomas Lang release! As one fan reacted to the trailers that have been released through the Klee Records music channel –
…it’s a lush symphonic 60’s pop cafe jazz rat pack early Scott walker affair , packed with John Barry string flourishes and Ennio Morricone horn fanfares, coated in Bacharach-esque melodies. Tom’s voice sounds better than ever!
Thomas Lang will be supporting “The German Alphabet” with selected live dates, due to be announced. However, he will be launching his album with a gig here in Liverpool at the Philharmonic Music Room on 30th September 2016.