It looks like no musical artist is free from the pressures of continuing to release new albums even after they’ve died, with Adam Cohen, son of legendary singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen, announcing that
A posthumous album of Leonard Cohen songs completed by his son and friends, admirers and collaborators after his death in 2016, titled “Thanks for the Dance,” is slated for released on Nov. 22. Adam Cohen,
When Leonard Cohen died in November 2016, the enigmatic icon left behind a catalog of dark, thoughtful treasures — 14 studio albums' worth of bleakly soulful, eminently quotable poetry. With help from
A posthumous Leonard Cohen album called Thanks for the Dance is on the way. It’s out November 22 via Sony Music Entertainment. Listen to “The Goal,” reworked from Cohen’s poem of the same name, below.