English singer/songwriter Wesley Stace (formerly John Wesley Harding) has a new album titled "Late Style" arriving September 17th from Omnivore Recordings. Stace has released over twenty albums and received some minor chart success in the U.S. in the early nineties with the singles "The Devil In Me" and "The Person You Are."
This time around, Wesley decided to collaborate with musical director David Nagler on this new set of songs, beginning with the upbeat, jazzy vibe of "Where The Bands Are," which swings with positivity. Wesley Stace gets his samba-style going with the Brazilian touch of "Everything All The Time," before slowing the tempo down for the steady flowing ballad "Your Bright Future." He quickly returns to his natural pop aspects with the addictive, light-hearted delivery of "Hey Director" and "The California Fix," while still striving for the timeless jazz appeal with "All The Yous." Wesley Stace wraps up his new album with the poetic words of "The Impossible She," the classic R&B backdrop of "Do Nothing If You Can" and a return to his iconic folk sound with "How You All Work Me." To find out more about Wesley Stace and his latest release "Late Style," please visit wesleystace.com.