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The First New Boston Song in Over a Decade

Photo courtesy of Boston’s Official Facebook Page

Here’s something to tide you over until Boston returns with their latest album “Life, Love and Hope” on December 3rd.  Today they released a new single called “Heaven on Earth“.  It’s one of three songs on the forthcoming record to feature vocal tracks from their late singer Brad Delp, who passed away back in 2007.

Boston guitarist / songwriter Tom Scholz claims the band tried to emulate its original style while recording “Life, Love and Hope”.  The entire album was recorded using the same analog equipment the band used to create their first album over 35 years ago.  The band is also offering several short song samples from the album.  You can ‘em those out here.

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