|Charles Bradley will release his second album Victim of Love on April 5. The follow up to his highly-praised debut album No Time For Dreaming will be released on Daptone Records imprint Dunham Records. Look for additional details on the new album in early 2012.
The 64-year old "Screaming Eagle of Soul" has been championed by critics and fans alike. Released in January 2011, No Time For Dreaming became one of the best selling independent records of the year and landed on Rolling Stone's Top 50 Albums of 2011 as well as making year end best lists in GQ, Esquire, SPIN, MOJO, Paste Magazine, Mother Jones and more. Bradley also performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno with Sharon Jones & Grace Potter, was featured on multiple episode of The Last Call with Carson Daly and, earlier this year, performed on the BBC's Later…with Jools Holland.
Since his breakout performance at SXSW 2011, where he landed on the SXSWorld magazine cover following the festival, Charles has performed to sold-out audiences and festivals all over North America, Europe, Australia and more. Festival appearances include Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Austin City Limits, Bumbershoot, Outside Lands, Montreux, Roskilde, Flow Festival, All Tomorrow's Parties, Vienna Jazz Festival, Calgary Folk Festival and Winnipeg Folk Festival. He was featuring on cover Pollstar earlier this year and the 2012 Inaugural A2IM Libera Awards named him "Road Warrior of the Year."