If you can't want for the new Sonik Kicks album, you can get your hands on new Paul Weller material a week early, when a new single is released.
The single is called That Dangerous Age and is out on March 11th on Island Records, a week ahead of the Sonik Kicks album (March 19th). According to the pre-publicity, the single will be sold as a CD digipack, as well as two 7-inch singles and a download of the EP. Unfortunately, there's no details of the extra tracks.
According to Weller, the lead song is about the 'agonies of the frustrated middle-aged wage slave'. He said: 'There was an inference that I was going through a mid-life crises. Which I found really amusing: the clichéd notion of it. And that was the impetus for (the song) even though it isn’t really about that. It’s a bit tongue in cheek, too. I guess it’s also about how society views people of a certain age. For me, does it really matter what age you are? It’s what up there in your soul that matters'.