Mark Ronson announced the track listing and release date for his upcoming Late Night Feelings Album on Friday (April 12), which features collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Lykke Li, Angel Olsen, Yebba, Camila Cabello and King Princess, among others. The fifth album from the Grammy- and Golden Globe-winning artist/producer/songwriter is due out on June 21 on RCA Records, with the title track featuring Li out now.
Ronson has described the album as a collection of “sad bangers,” with the title track laying down a warm mid-tempo dance groove under Li’s melancholy vocals. “My heart keeps pulling in the wrong direction/ I’m about to cross that line/ Looking for the wrong affection/ Night after night,” Li sings before breaking into the 1970s roller disco chorus: “When I get to want ya/ And I wanna Call ya/ With late night feelings.”
The Li collaboration comes after Ronson hit No. 1 on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart with the album’s first single, the propulsive “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” which has notched 332 million streams worldwide and more than 100 million video views.
Ronson’s new album comes on the heels of his Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy wins for his co-writing on Lady Gaga‘s A Star is Born smash “Shallow.” The producer has been celebrating the release of his new song with pop-up DJ parties called Club Heartbreak and, according to a release, he will make history as the first artist to release an album in five formats at the same time: CD, vinyl, cassette and limited-edition 8-track and mini disc. The latter formats will only be available for sale on Ronson’s site.
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Listen to “Late Night Feelings” and see the full track list below.
Late Night Feelings track list
“Late Night Prelude”
“Late Night Feelings” (feat. Lykke Li)
“Find U Again” (feat. Camila Cabello)
“Piece of Us” (feat. King Princess)
“Knock Knock Knock” (feat. YEBBA)
“Don’t Leave Me Lonely” (feat. YEBBA)
“When U Went Away” (feat. YEBBA)
“Truth” (feat. Alicia Keys & The Last Artful, Dodgr)
“Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” (feat. Miley Cyrus)
“True Blue” (feat. Angel Olsen)
“Why Hide” (feat. Diana Gordon)
“2 AM” (feat. Lykke Li)
“Spinning” (feat. Ilsey)