Lenny Kravitz has announced the September 7th release of his 11th album, titled Raise Vibration.
The new set marks Kravitz’ first new collection since 2014’s Strut. The album’s first single has dropped, titled, “It’s Enough,” with Kravitz explaining its meaning in a statement, which reads, “People are standing up. I’ve had enough of racism. I’ve had enough of war. I’ve had enough of the destruction of the environment and the greed and dishonesty of world leaders. We’ve got to get back on track toward moving.”
Ultimate Classic Rock posted: “Kravitz premiered the song’s video on Facebook, complete with a warning that it was ‘graphic and may be disturbing to some viewers.’ The eight-minute-clip contains news footage of, among other things, police brutality, animal abuse and white supremacists, as well as demonstrations against all of those issues.”
Lenny Kravitz kicks off his “Raise Vibration” tour on May 31st in Munich, Germany. His lone North American date is set for September 22nd in Louisville, Kentucky’s “Bourbon & Beyond Festival” at Champions Park.