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OneRepublic will release their third studio album Native March 26th on Mosley Music Group/Interscope Records. Native features OneRepublic's current single "If I Lose Myself" and charity single "Feel Again"" and is available for pre-order now at iTunes where fans can receive an instant download of new song "What You Wanted."
Preview the full album now at http://youtu.be/xKn-DN-Suas.
Native was mostly recorded at lead singer/songwriter/keyboardist and GRAMMY winner Ryan Tedder's Patriot Studios in Denver. Produced by Tedder and fellow band mate Brent Kutzle, OneRepublic also collaborated with leading-edge producers like Philippe Zdar (the French composer known for his work with artists like Phoenix, The Beastie Boys, Cat Power, and Depeche Mode), Jeff Bhasker (Kanye west, Jay Z, the Rolling Stones, fun.) and Benny Blanco (Maroon 5, Rihanna, Gym Class Heroes) infusing their high-powered rock-pop hybrid with elements of electronic music, gospel, blues, and folk
OneRepublic was recently in New Orleans to perform at the 2nd Annual NFL Honors and the Super Bowl XLVII Tailgate party. For a behind the scenes look at OneRepublic's weekend in New Orleans at Super Bowl XLVII click here.
Track listing for the Native is "Counting Stars," "If I Lose Myself," "Feel Again," "What You Wanted," "I Lived," "Light It Up," "Can't Stop," "Au Revoir," "Burning Bridges," "Something I Need," "Preacher" and "Don't Look Down." The deluxe version will also include "Something's Gotta Give," "Life In Color," " If I Lose Myself (acoustic)," "What You Wanted (acoustic)," and "Burning Bridges (acoustic)."