Glen Hansard has premiered Time Will Be the Healer, the first song from his upcoming album, Between Two Shores.

The Frames frontman's third solo record - the follow-up to 2015's Grammy-nominated Didn't He Ramble - will be released on the Anti label on January 19, 2018. 

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A piano-driven ballad, Time Will Be the Healer, is described as "a hopeful plea to a forlorn lover that also speaks to the way forward in the current social climate".

Its source album has been billed as "the culmination of more than six years of writing and recording", and a collection that "came together in only a matter of weeks".

Glen Hansard's new album is self-produced

The 10-track record is the first to be produced by Hansard himself and took shape as he sifted through old ideas and home recordings.  

The tracklisting is: Roll on Slow - Why Woman - Wheels on Fire - Wreckless Heart - Movin' On - Setting Forth - Lucky Man - One of Us Must Lose - Your Heart's Not in It - Time Will Be the Healer.

Hansard plays Dublin's St Patrick's Cathedral on November 25, with concerts also scheduled for Belfast's Ulster Hall on December 15 and Vicar Street in Dublin on December 17 and 18.

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