Doobie Brothers Announce New Album ‘Liberté,’ Share Four-Track EP

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The Doobie Brothers announced on Friday (August 6) that their 15th full-length album, Liberté, will arrive on October 1st.

Liberté, produced and co-written by John Shanks, features 12 new songs from Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons and John McFee.

The band also released a self-titled 4-track EP, featuring the songs “Oh Mexico,” “Cannonball,” “Don’t Ya Mess With Me” and “Better Days.”

The band announced that fans who bought a ticket/album bundle and redeemed a copy of the EP between December 2019 and November 2020 will get their physical CD starting September 17.

The Doobie Brothers are set to embark on a 49-city North American tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The tour, which will feature Johnston, Simmons, McFee and singer Michael McDonald, will kick off at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 22.

The Liberté tracklist:

“Oh Mexico””Better Days””Don’t Ya Mess With Me””Cannonball””Wherever We Go””The American Dream””Shine””We Are More Than Love””Easy””Just Can’t Do This Alone””Good Thang””Amen Old Friend”

(Photo: Clay Patrick McBride)

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