Julian Lennon will not only be featured on the new Aerosmith album singing background vocals, he has also concluded a full-song collaboration with Steven Tyler.
The tune, called “Someday,” is set to be included as a bonus track on the special international release of Lennon’s most recent solo project, the well-received Everything Changes. (We called it “the most assured release yet from this underrated pop melodist.”)
Meanwhile, Aerosmith’s Music from Another Dimension, originally scheduled for release on Aug. 28, 2012, now has a street date of November 6. Helmed by the group’s celebrated 1970s-era producer Jack Douglas, this will be Aerosmith’s first original long player since 2001, and its first release of any kind since Honkin’ on Bobo back in 2004.
Julian might also reportedly join Aerosmith on tour, though that’s unconfirmed. Tyler and Julian spent a day in June writing together, and Julian completed the track later in the month. Of course, the 49-year-old son of the late John Lennon, isn’t the only name-drop guest star to be involved with Aerosmith’s upcoming studio effort: Actor Johnny Depp has also worked as a “musical advisor” on the project, according to Tyler.
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