Crow proves she can "Do It Again"
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Crow proves she can "Do It Again"

Friday, February 9, 2024 – Sheryl Crow today released "Do It Again," the new single from her upcoming 11th full-length studio album, "Evolution," out on March 29.

This is Crow's first release since "Threads" in 2019. At the time, she said that would be her last album.

"I feel like I've been writing this song for 30 years. To me, life is one long exploration in how to live joyfully. Work in progress," said Crow.

Featuring nine new songs, the album is produced by Mike Elizondo (Dr. Dre, Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Gary Clark Jr) and will be released via The Valory Music Group.

The track list is:
1. Alarm Clock
2. Do It Again
3. Love Life
4. You Can't Change The Weather
5. Evolution
6. Where
7. Don't Walk Away
8. Broken Record
9. Waiting In The Wings
10. Digging In The Dirt (Digital Deluxe Only)

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