Fraser A. Gorman Announces Debut Album ‘Slow Gum’ To Be Released On June 29

Fraser A. Gorman Announces Debut Album Slow Gum

To Be Released On June 29


Australian singer-songwriter Fraser A. Gorman is excited to announce the release of his debut album Slow Gum on June 29 via Anxiety/ Marathon Artists. Slow Gum will be available digitally with a physical album release to follow in the fall.

Pre-order Slow Gum here 

The album includes 10 songs including the previously released “Broken Hands” and “Book of Love.” “Broken Hands” has a music video which premiered at Consequence of Sound, who hailed the song, noting “With twanging guitar slides and a cool voice that comes off like a more optimistic Cass McCombs, the Aussie songwriter crafts a blue-skied take on alt country.”

Watch: Fraser A. Gorman – “Broken Hands” below:

The “Broken Hands” single follows the previously released “Book of Love”, which featured a cameo from label-mate Courtney Barnett. The songs are the first taste of Fraser A. Gorman’s self-titled debut LP, which will be released later this year.

Fraser A. Gorman Slow Gum Track Listing

1. Big Old World

2. My Old Man

3. Book Of Love

4. Shiny Gun

5. Broken Hands

6. Mystic Mile

7. Never Gonna Hold You (Like I Do)

8. We’re All Alright

9. Dark Eyes

10. Blossom & Snow

On Tour
May (UK)
01/05 – Chameleon Arts Cafe – Nottingham
02/05 – Live at Leeds
03/05 – Live at Glasgow
04/05 – Westgarth Social Club – Middlesbrough
07/05 – The Lexington – London
08/05 – Start The Bus – Bristol
09/05 – Night & Day – Manchester
10/05 – The Scholar – Leicester
12/05 – The Social – London
15/05 – The Great Escape

16/07 – The Grace Emily – Adelaide

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