The release of Gary Numan’s 21st album, Savage (Songs From a Broken World), is now just a little more than a month away, and the former Tubeway Army frontman has offered up the second taste of the new LP in the form of moody single “What God Intended.”
Numan says of the track:
“‘What God Intended’ is one of the stranger songs on the album. The choruses are mostly instrumental and the three verses, each entirely different from the other, all sit over a huge, slow moving groove.”
The new album, Numan’s 21st and first since 2013’s Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind), is due out Sept. 15 and is produced by Ade Fenton. It was funded in part via Pledge Music. Numan is now offering pre-orders of Savage on his site in a variety of formats, including CD, vinyl and cassette.
Numan will embark on a previously announced 22-date North American tour this November.
Below, listen to “What God Intended.”
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- Listen: Gary Numan debuts ‘My Name is Ruin’ — first single off new album ‘Savage’
- Gary Numan announces North American tour this fall in support of new album ‘Savage’
- Gary Numan announces 21-date North American tour, first-ever SXSW appearance
- Stream: Gary Numan, ‘Love Hurt Bleed’ — off ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’