Tramp is the third album by American singer–songwriter Sharon Van Etten, released on February 7, 2012. For the recording, Sharon collaborated with Zach Condon, Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner, Julianna Barwick, Walkmen's Matt Barrick, Thomas Bartlett, and Aaron Dessner. Dessner also produced the album and provided the studio. The first track to be released as a single was "Serpents", featuring Aaron and Bryce Dessner, Barwick, Wasner, and Bartlett.
This is Tramp's sixth consecutive studio album working with Andersen. Known as the 'Band of Brothers' the album also features Morten Hellborn on drums, Jesper Haugaard on bass, and Morten Buchholtz on Hammond organ and piano, making it the same line-up as Nomad. Tramp is set to tour Europe to support Maybe Tomorrow. Mike Tramp, has topped the Danish album sales charts (certified by IFPI). The new album, Maybe Tomorrow enters at on the vinyl chart and on the physical album chart.
Tramp started working on the album following the split of Freak of Nature and the album features former Freak of Nature bandmates, guitarist Kenny Korade and bass player Jerry Best . First released in France on the CNR Music label in November 1997, the album was subsequently given a much wider distribution with the North American release on the 10th of February 1998 through CMC International, at which point Tramp commenced a solo tour in support of it. The album was also picked up in Britain by Music for Nations.
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