Listen: Robert Plant, Alison Krauss liberate ‘High and Lonesome’ from contemporary album

Robert Plant (L) and Alison Krauss released High and Lonesome, a new song from their forthcoming album, Raise the Roof. File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI

Robert Plant (L) and Alison Krauss launched “High and Lonesome,” a brand contemporary song from their coming near near album, “Elevate the Roof.” File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI | License Photo

Oct. 7 (UPI) — Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are abet with contemporary song.

Plant, 73, and Krauss, 50, launched the song “High and Lonesome” on Thursday.

“High and Lonesome” appears to be like on Plant and Krauss’ coming near near album, Elevate the Roof. The album is Plant and Krauss’ 2nd collaborative album following Raising Sand, launched in 2007.

“High and Lonesome” is the only real real contemporary new song on Elevate the Roof. The final songs are covers of less acquainted songs by well-identified artists, along with Merle Haggard, the Everly Brothers and Allen Toussaint.

Plant and Krauss launched a first single from Elevate the Roof, a quilt of Randy Weeks’ “Can not Let Trip,” in August.

“Lastly the doorways are commence and after 14 years right here is a sequel to Raising Sand. Elephantine of attention-grabbing curves and immense musicality in the corporate of immense musicians, we ‘Elevate the Roof,'” Plant tweeted at the time.

Plant and Krauss’ first album, Raising Sand, obtained six Grammy Awards, along with Memoir of the 300 and sixty five days and Album of the 300 and sixty five days. The pair will liberate Elevate the Roof on Nov. 19 and enhance the album with a tour in 2022.

Plant is easiest identified as the frontman of Led Zeppelin.

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