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LONDON, ON - MARCH 17: Sting speaks before presenting the award for R&B / Soul Recording of the Year during the 2019 Juno Awards at Budweiser Gardens on March 17, 2019 in London, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Sting will be releasing a new album, My Songs, on May 24, but it won’t feature new material, per se.

My Songs will feature 15 reworked tracks from Sting’s catalog of solo work, as well as his work in The Police.

In a statement on the new album, Sting said, “‘My Songs’ is my life in songs. Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, but all of them with a contemporary focus.”

Sting also said in a new interview with Billboard, “My voice has more interesting overtones than it did when I was 25. It’s a less pure sound, but I think it has this richness to it. The songs change every night when I sing them, and I’m always hearing something I haven’t actually discovered there. It’s discovery within that repetition, too.”

My Songs is available for pre-order on


Sting – My Songs – Track Listing

Brand New Day

Desert Rose

If You Love Somebody Set Them Free

Every Breath You Take

Demolition Man

Can’t Stand Losing You

Fields of Gold

So Lonely

Shape of My Heart

Message in a Bottle


Walking on the Moon

Englishman in New York

If I Ever Lose My Faith in You

Roxanne (Live)

‘My Songs’ Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks

Synchronicity II (Live)

Next To You (Live)

Spirits In The Material World (Live)

Fragile (Live)

I Can’t Stop Thinking About You (Live) – Japan Exclusive

Desert Rose (Extended Version) – France Exclusive


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