Bruno Major has announced his new album, ‘Columbo’

It's the follow up to his 2020 album, 'To Let a Good Thing Die'.

Bruno Major has announced the follow-up to his 2020 album, ‘To Let a Good Thing Die’.

The new record, named after his beloved vintage ivory white 1978 Mercedes 380SL, ‘Columbo’, is set to arrive on 21st July.

The album’s title track, ‘Columbo’, was born from a personal crisis and a tragic car accident that took place during LA’s golden hour. You can check it out below.

“Something I’ve managed to do with Columbo more than any other album is find a way of saying exactly what I want to say,” Major reveals. “The album investigates my personal relationships with people and other things. It is self-diagnosis on a grand scale.”

Major is also set to embark on a headlining tour that will take him across Southeast Asia, the US, and Europe. The tour will conclude in his hometown of London, where he will perform at Kentish Town Forum on 23rd November.

1. The Show Must Go On
2. Tell Her
3. Columbo
4. We Were Never Really Friends
5. When Can We Be
6. A Strange Kind Of Beautiful
7. You Take The High Road
8. 18
9. Tears In Rain (for Granny)
10. St. Mary’s Terrace
11. Trajectories
12. The End

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