Due Nov. 9 in North America and a day earlier internationally via Rocket/Universal, the 12-track set is led by the single "Answer in the Sky."
Elton John has confirmed details of "Peachtree Road," his first new studio album since 2001's "Songs From the West Coast." Due Nov. 9 in North America and a day earlier internationally via Rocket/Universal, the 12-track set is led by the single "Answer in the Sky," which debuts this week at No. 25 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart.
A second single, "All That I'm Allowed," will be commercially released Nov. 1 internationally. Other tracks set for "Peachtree Road" include "Turn the Lights Out When You Leave," "Freaks in Love," "Too Many Tears" and "They Call Her the Cat."
Also on Nov. 9, Best Buy will release the four-disc John DVD set "Dream Ticket: Four Destinations," details of which were first revealed here in July. The collection consists mostly of concert footage, with more than 70 songs adding up to about 10 hours of material.
John begins a four-date Asian swing tomorrow (Sept. 17) in Seoul, Korea. His ongoing engagement at Las Vegas' Caesars Palace resumes Oct. 12 and wraps Oct. 31, to be followed by four U.K. shows from Dec. 7-12.
Here is the track list for "Peachtree Road":
"The Weight of the World"
"Porch Swing in Tupelo"
"Answer in the Sky"
"Turn the Lights Out When You Leave"
"My Elusive Drug"
"They Call Her the Cat"
"Freaks in Love"
"All That I'm Allowed"
"I Stop and I Breathe"
"Too Many Tears"
"It's Getting Dark in Here"
"Can't Keep This From You"