Marianne Faithfull returns with 20th album, 'Give My Love to London'
Famed British singer Marianne Faithfull has announced the U.S. release of her 20th studio album, Give My Love to London. The record, which also honors her career’s 50th anniversary, is due out in the States on Nov. 11 via Easy Sound.
The record features collaborators including Brian Eno, Adrian Utley (Portishead), Nick Cave, Roger Waters, Steve Earle, and Anna Calvi.
Faithfull began her career in 1964 and first came to prominence with the song “As Tears Go By,” which was co-written by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Andrew Loog Oldham. In an era before social media, Faithfull had a famously high-profile relationship with Jagger; she has long been rumored to have inspired Stones classics including “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “Wild Horses.”