Still another week before the release of Kate Bush’s new album 50 Words for Snow — a 65-minute collection featuring “seven brand new tracks set against a background of falling snow” — but, as is becoming increasingly customary these days, you can now stream the full record in advance of its release, this time over at NPR Music.
Due out Nov. 21, the collection is Bush’s first all-new material since 2005′s Aerial, and only her second new studio album in 18 years. Earlier this year, the singer released Director’s Cut, a collection featuring 10 reworked tracks off 1989’s The Sensual World and 1993’s The Red Shoes.
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