Lenny Kravitz releases first video from ‘It Is Time For A Love Revolution’

Lenny Kravitz says it’s time for a revolution and he is launching a musical movement to do just that with the release of his 8th studio album on February 5, 2008. The album, entitled ‘It Is Time For A Love Revolution’ (Virgin Records America), is Kravitz’s first new release in over three years.

The record is a thunderous rock ‘n roll call-to-arms, featuring a universal blend of soul, funk, and jazz grooves and the undeniable anthemic lyricism that’s been his trademark from day one.

Featuring 14 new songs, the album once again finds the multi-instrumentalist writing, producing, arranging and playing all the tracks on the album, which he has done on all of his releases throughout his career.

As the album title indicates, Kravitz sings songs of love and spiritual revolution, calling on people to open up and let love in their hearts. He also isn’t afraid to get political, using his music to draw attention to the current US war in Iraq and the Vietnam era.

From the above mentioned singles “Bring It On” and “I’ll Be Waiting,” as well as “Love, Love, Love,” “Dancin’ Til Dawn,” and “I Want To Go Home,” ‘It Is Time For A Love Revolution’ represents the characteristics that has made Kravitz a vital musician for 18 years.

Click Here to see the singer’s first video from the new album.

Lenny Kravitz Tickets are now available at M&C’s Ticket Database. Tour dates include:

01/17/2008 – Santa Monica Civic – Santa Monica, CA
01/19/2008 – Warfield – San Francisco, CA
01/22/2008 – Paramount Theatre – Denver, CO
01/24/2008 – The Myth – Maplewood, MN
01/26/2008 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL
01/27/2008 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
01/29/2008 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
01/31/2008 – Orpheum Theater – Boston, MA
02/01/2008 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY

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