Ryan Adams’ New Album Prisoner Coming Out in February

Lead single "Do You Love Me?" streaming now

Ryan Adams 2015 1989

[caption id="attachment_177914" align="alignnone" width="768"] Photo credit: Julia Brokaw[/caption] Ryan Adams has unveiled details on his next album Prisoner, which will be out February 17 via Pax-Am/Blue Note. The twelve track effort features songs dating as far back as the week he released his self-titled 2014 effort. Adams also released album's first track, "Do You Still Love Me?," an American rocker with a deep sense of longing in its lyrics. A melancholy theme runs throughout the record and is a writing space Adams says he works comfortably in. "I originally got into writing before I got into music, so a majority of that time, I really enjoyed much more gothic-type writing,"Adams told viral feline Lil Bub in an interview about the album. "Somewhere along the way, as I figured out who I was and how I connected, I realized I loved sad songs. I've accepted that's kind of where I go when I write." Further supporting this theme, the 42-year-old singer-songwriter also said the album's title is related to the mindset of being "a prisoner of your own desire" The record, Adams' first release since dropping his track-by-track cover album of Taylor Swift's 1989, will be released on CD and limited edition red vinyl, as…

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