Curtis Harding’s Sophomore Album Face Your Fear Released

Curtis Harding’s Sophomore Album Face Your Fear Released

Atlanta-based soul singer Curtis Harding’s second album Face Your Fear is now out on Anti- Records, at retail outlets or in various packages through Harding’s website, curtisharding.com.

The 11-song collection was produced by Danger Mouse (onetime Georgian Brian Burton), and ten of the 11 songs were co-written by Harding and Sam Cohen (ex-Apollo Sunshine/Yellowbirds), whose solo album Cool It was released through Danger Mouse’s imprint, 30th Century Records. Danger Mouse also gets a co-writing credit on the opening song, “Wednesday Morning Atonement.” The album was recorded at 30th Century Recording in Los Angeles.

Harding (a onetime backup singer for CeeLo Green) is playing a short stint of West Coast dates before undertaking a European tour that will last into early December.

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