The Who Back With New Album “WHO”

Who's On First? It's The Who, dummy.
The Who album 2019

How? Or should I say WHO? That’s the name of the new album by The Who. Yes, your favorite band from the ’70s is back.

The two surviving members of The Who (formed in 1964) have been touring over the years and last released an album, “Endless Wire”, in 2006, but no one really thought they’d come back like this again.

Pete Townsend is 74 and Roger Daltry is 75, yet sound as good and vital as they did 40 years ago at least. I caught onto The Who during the end of their original run while they were still producing some excellent songs such as “Who Are You” and “Eminence Front”; also, I really loved Pete’s solo album “Empty Glass” with “Let My Love Open the Door” which you hear on adverts here and there. So I’m happy they’re back, producing great music again.

The album “WHO” is released today with cover by Peter Blake who created the iconic “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” cover. You can catch the band on tour next year.

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