- 24 Mar 17
The Dublin singer will sign copies of her album in the store on April 8.
Three years since Imelda May graced us with a new album and a lot has changed with the singer. Imelda doesn't just sound different, she looks physically different. Her new demeanour is somehow darker, stronger, more sensuously feminine and adult.
She has explored a whole new range of genres that has allowed for her to record her most personal and intimate album to date, Life. Love. Flesh. Blood The album was produced by the legendary T Bone Burnett and features a band of some of the finest musicians in America with guest appearances by guitar hero Jeff Beck and piano maestro Jools Holland.
Imelda May discusses her new album in the latest issue of Hot Press, which will be on the shelves on March 30.
Tower Records welcomes fans of Imelda May to join them on April 8 and meet the woman behind the music.