Paul Weller - A Kind Revolution

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Release Date: 12th May 2017



Special Edition 3 CD set

12” Vinyl LP 

Deluxe 10” Vinyl Box Set,

 Downloads (Standard & Deluxe), Stream


1. Woo Sé Mama

2. Nova

3. Long Long Road

4. She Moves With The Fayre

5. The Cranes Are Back

6. Hopper

7. New York

8. One Tear

9. Satellite Kid

10. The Impossible Idea

Bonus tracks on the 3 CD set, Deluxe Download and Stream include instrumentals of all album tracks, plus brand new remixes / alternative versions and another new song Alpha:


She Moves With The Fayre (Villagers Remix)

New York (Nightwatch) [Prof. Kybert]

Nova (Toy Remix)

One Tear (Club Cut) [Prof. Kybert]

Hopper (White Label Remix)

Satellite Kid (Syd Arthur Remix)

She Moves With The Fayre (Breakdown Inst.) [Prof. Kybert]

Woo Sé Mama (E&TC Remix)

 Continuing his never-ending creative peak, Paul Weller releases his eagerly awaited 13th studio album “A Kind Revolution” on May 12th on Parlophone Records.

“A Kind Revolution” features ten absolute classic modern Paul Weller songs. By “modern Paul Weller songs” we mean, instantly recognisable but in no way predictable. He doesn’t make a “kind of” album, he fits together all his influences - rock, R&B, soul, jazz, funk, folk…whatever - and builds a song from them, delivering something that drifts through genres unselfconsciously and at ease.

The album features contributions from long-time Weller collaborators Andy Crofts, Ben Gordelier, Steve Cradock and Steve Pilgrim alongside additional contributions from legendary soul singers PP Arnold & Madeleine Bell (on “Woo Sé Mama”), while the exceedingly funky “One Tear” features the unmistakable voice of the one and only Boy George. Paul even managed to lure Robert Wyatt out of retirement to sing and play trumpet on “She Moves With The Fayre”.