John Mayer will call his new album 'The Search for Everything', which has been accidentally revealed by Steve Jordan.
John Mayer will call his new album 'The Search for Everything'.
The 39-year-old singer songwriter's drummer in the John Mayer Trio, Steve Jordan, accidentally revealed the name of the upcoming LP, but not to worry as Mayer will be unveiling the first single from the compilation in the near future.
Speaking at the 15th Annual Jazz Foundation of America Gala benefiting elder jazz and blues musicians, Jordan told Entertainment Tonight: ''The last time when we first came together for tsunami relief we were starting the 'Continuum' album, and so now we're doing this relief and it's in the middle of, or finishing John's newest album, 'The Search for Everything'.''
And Mayer has revealed he has been able to keep his mouth shut regarding the new music, whilst his band member keeps blurting out the title.
He said: ''Actually that's the first time.... Steve has announced the record now twice, the name of the record twice, and I have not told anybody.''
''It will be out within days. [Or] within weeks. A very scant number of weeks!''
Meanwhile, 'Stitches' hitmaker Shawn Mendes has revealed he has been calling on Meyer for advice.
Speaking previously, he said: ''I didn't get to work with him, but he listened to a bunch of the songs and gave great pieces of advice through the music and production and lyrics and stuff.''
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