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Hear Paul Weller’s ‘Glad Times’

Another song from ‘Fat Pop’

Paul Weller has ‘released’ another song from his forthcoming album Fat Pop. Listen to ‘Glad Times’ via the lyric video below…

What do you think of the track? Leave on comment on SDE.  Fat Pop (Volume 1) will be released on 14 May 2021.

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Tracklisting

Fat Pop Paul Weller / 3CD deluxe edition

      1. Cosmic Fringes
      2. True
      3. Fat Pop
      4. Shades Of Blue
      5. Glad Times
      6. Cobweb / Connections
      7. Testify
      8. That Pleasure
      9. Failed
      10. Moving Canvas
      11. In Better Times
      12. Still Glides The Stream

Tracklisting

Paul Weller / new album Fat Pop Volume 1

Fat Pop Paul Weller / Vinyl LP

    • Side A
      1. Cosmic Fringes
      2. True
      3. Fat Pop
      4. Shades Of Blue
      5. Glad Times
      6. Cobweb / Connections
    • Side B
      1. Testify
      2. That Pleasure
      3. Failed
      4. Moving Canvas
      5. In Better Times
      6. Still Glides The Stream

Tracklisting

Fat Pop Paul Weller / Single CD edition

      1. Cosmic Fringes
      2. True
      3. Fat Pop
      4. Shades Of Blue
      5. Glad Times
      6. Cobweb / Connections
      7. Testify
      8. That Pleasure
      9. Failed
      10. Moving Canvas
      11. In Better Times
      12. Still Glides The Stream

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Steven Roberts

Speaking as someone who’s never felt the urge to investigate the Modfather’s oeuvre beyond Snap!, I think this is is a bit….meh.

And hasn’t his register dropped? Wouldn’t have recognised this as Weller AT ALL if it hadn’t been for his name at the start of the video.

Gary Hunter

I like this track, reminded me very much of some of The Style Council output.

Rob (Toronto)

Quite pretty, and like a lot of his recent work a nice update on the kind of soulful melodicism he was always seeking during his Style Council years. I wish I had one tenth of Weller’s dogged work ethic let alone his creative power! Of course I’m still hoping for a mega-super-uber deluxe boxset of ‘Sound Affects’, but in the meantime his solo stuff still keeps me pretty satisfied…

Tim Parker

Later with Jools Holland version is considerably better, subbing overly heavy strings for a Fender Rhodes and the feel of a live room. Some artists would be better served recording entire albums live in-studio. And, few are more adventurous, dedicated and prolific than The Modfather.

Chris Squires

I saw Jools Holland last night, I even had to wake up the Mrs. just to point out how fucking old I feel. She wasn’t impressed.

Chris Thomas

Agreed Tim, I really like the Jools version, not least because you can see the band. I’ve never been a fan of lyric videos.

Oh, and the artwork is completely at odds with the music that I’ve heard from Fat Pop. Difficult to believe that Weller was the one signing this off…

Paul Wren

It’s average for me – he needs to go back to his “Dad rock” days.

WILLIAM ENGLAND

So, the first song that i’ve managed to get all the way through since the “Modernism” lp, and probably will give it another listen.
Looks like there’s life in the old dog yet…

WayneUK

Weller is so prolific. Been a fan since The Jam. The stuff he did in the Style council is so under rated. But it’s great. His solo work just gets better and better. Looking forward to the 3cd deluxe of the new album.

Robert Laversuch

Tune – have to echo what Kevin said, the man and myself go back to 1978 and he has yet to disappoint me

Kevin Shipton

Weller just keeps on pushing out fantastic music. Been there from 77 so I am looking at this as a major fan. Since Sonik kicks he is just on it, every album has been brilliant. On Sunset is sublime, especially Village. Looking forward to Fat pop as he is clearly going on another direction. Shame that his Newcastle gig has been put back till next year. However he will have so much new music that he will be playing live. A lot to look forward too.

Jan

Very very chuffed for my pals Tom and Anth who co wrote Glad Times with Mr Weller.

The Golden Age Of The Phonograph

You should be Jan, it’s a good tune.

PW is certainly working a great body of songs in recent times. He’s probably the most consistent British songwriter since the late, GREAT, Jackie Leven. Although he’ll never be as great as Jackie, no shame in that though.

Speaking of Jackie Leven, Bandcamp are selling a soon to be released compilation of Jackie’s songs on LP & CD and for those who like fresh air* music, downloads. Whether it will be ’21’s best compilation is beyond doubt, it’s Jackie Leven!

Back to Paul W. I’m looking forward to the new album(s) and when the barber opens up again maybe he can do something about his ‘Barnet’. Just sayin’

hamicle

Ah, Jan, you’ve just sent me off to listen to Electric Music AKA now – criminally overlooked, particularly “Something Up With the Stars” and “The Good Times are Killing Me”.

Different Time

It’s a good tune and although I’ve nothing against Weller’s vocals, I think it’d sound better as an instrumental.