Sara Bareilles drops surprise album full of her 'Little Voice' songs
What you need to know
- Sara Bareilles has a new album out and you can listen now.
- The 10-song album is full of songs from "Little Voice".
- It's available to stream now with CD and vinyl versions coming November 6.
Sara Bareilles might be the brains behind Apple TV+ show "Little Voice" but she's also the voice behind a ton of its songs. Ten of those songs are now available on a new album that dropped yesterday.
Spotted by Variety, the new album is titled "More Love: Songs from Little Voice Season One". It's only available to stream currently, but it'll also get a physical release on both CD and vinyl. You'll need to wait for those, though – you won't be able to touch any version of the album until November 6.
This album even has a first to its name, too.
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The full album's track list reads:
- I Don't Know Anything
- More Love
- King of the Lost Boys
- Dear Hope
- Ghost Light
- Simple and True
- Coming Back
- In July
- Tell Her
- Little Voice
You can listen to the album on Apple Music (opens in new tab) and Spotify now.
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