KISS frontman and also the lead star of his side project Soul Station, Paul Stanley, has posted a recent tweet on his official Twitter page today and commented about his recently leaked song named ‘I, Oh I.’
The song would be the third single of the band’s upcoming album named ‘Now And Then’ which will be released on March 5. The song was released in the official YouTube account of Paul Stanley’s Soul Station and removed after some time.
‘Now And Then’ is the first-ever studio album of Soul Station which is the side-project of Paul Stanley that aims to pay tribute to the greatest artists and songs from R&B and soul history.
The album will feature nine classic soul songs and five new original songs including the song named ‘I, Oh I‘ which was released yesterday. Paul Stanley admitted that he followed after somebody put the song by mistake and he hopes people enjoyed the sneak peek.
Here is what Paul Stanley said after the song has been leaked:
“Sorry! That Soul Station song wasn’t supposed to be released until March 5th!
Somebody put it up and I followed! Hope you enjoyed the sneak peek!!!”
You can check out the tweet right below.
SORRY!! That SOUL STATION song wasn’t supposed to be released until March 5th!! Somebody put it up and I followed! Hope you enjoyed the sneak peek!!!!
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) February 19, 2021