- 18 Nov 21
Robert Plant and Alison Kraus will share their latest single ‘Someone Was Watching Over Me’ later today.
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss will celebrate the release of their new album Raise The Roof with a YouTube livestream this Friday (November 19).
The livestream is slated to kick off at 6pm and is available here. Performing live from the Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville, Krauss and Plant will debut a number of songs from the new record. The duo are also set to release their cover of Brenda Burns’ ‘Someone Was Watching Over Me’ today (November 18) at 5pm.
Krauss and Plant will appear on BBC’s The One show tonight ahead of the new LP’s release. The duo will also preview the new T Bone Burnett-produced record on NPR Music’s Youtube channel with a listening party.
So far the pair have shared three songs from the upcoming project including Randy Weeks’ ‘Can’t Let Go,’ Bert Jansch’s ‘It Don’t Bother Me’ and their new original song ‘High and Lonesome.’ Raise The Roof is available for pre-order here.
Raise The Roof is Krauss and Plant's first album together in fourteen years after their 2007 album Raising Sand. The record was a huge success and scooped six Grammys including album of the year.
Listen to ‘High and Lonesome’ below. Click here to read Pat Carty's review of Raise The Roof.