Warm Chris is due out this March!
Image: Emma Wallbanks
New Zealand songstress Aldous Harding has made her return, announcing her fourth studio album Warm Chris. The body of work marks the first full-length release from the singer-songwriter since 2019’s Designer.
The announcement arrives alongside the first taste of the album, with the singer sharing the piano-led Lawn. Pushing her vocals to new places, the moving release recalls on a past relationship whilst incorporating alt-rock sonics into her signature folk-fuelled soundscape. The singer has also shared a monochromatic visual for the track, created Harding and Martin Sagadin.
Warm Chris sees the singer team up once again with producer John Parish, with the record set to arrive with ten new tracks including Lawn. Harding has also enlisted H. Hawkline, Seb Rochford, Gavin Fitzjohn, John and Hopey Parish and Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods) for tracks across the album.
Warm Chris is out March 25. Watch the visual below.