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Huey Lewis & The News release first new album in a decade TODAY

NEW ORLEANS – JULY 26: Huey Lewis and the News perform onstage at the Mitsubishi Motors ArenaBowl Extravaganza during ArenaBowl XXII weekend on July 26, 2008 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

Huey Lewis & The News are back today (February 14th) with their first new album in a decade, titled Weather. The album, which is the News’ 10th studio set, was mixed by the legendary Bob Clearmountain and marks the band’s first new studio set since 2010’s covers collection Soulsville. The group’s last collection of original material was released way back in 2001 on the critically acclaimed Plan B. album.

Weather is released in the wake of Huey Lewis losing a substantial amount of his hearing after contracting Meniere’s disease. In 2018, Lewis said in a message to fans, “Although I can still hear a little, one on one, and on the phone, I can’t hear music well enough to sing. The lower frequencies distort violently making it impossible to find pitch.” Lewis appeared onstage briefly last October.