We at the Airspace have covered Bob Dylan’s remarkable creative process, and just last week we celebrated his greatest works. Now we get an update his 35th studio album. Announced earlier this month, the album is alleged to have an even stronger Latin influence than 2009’s Together Through Life.
The new news is that it may be coming out sooner than anyone expected, potentially already having reached completion. At 10 tracks and 68 minutes long, it is rumored to contains a 14 minute long song about the Titantic. And the unconfirmed rumors put its release around September, in time for the Grammy deadline and the holiday season.
Watch the video for opening track and lead single from Together Through Life, “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’.”