Soul singer Charles BradleyÂ’s star has been on the rise since the release of his widely praised 2011 debut album No Time For Dreaming, and his ascent has continued long after the release of his triumphant second album, 2013Â’s Victim of Love. Dubbed Â“The Screaming Eagle of Soul,Â” the singer is proud to present his highly anticipated third album Changes, on Daptone imprint Dunham Records. The album is named for his popular, Â“smolderingÂ” (SPIN) cover of the Black Sabbath track. "I think about the lyrics very closely when I sing Â‘ChangesÂ’ and get emotional,Â” notes Bradley. Â“It makes me think of my mother and the changes in my life since she passed away.Â” By now, Charles BradleyÂ’s remarkable, against-all-odds rise has been well documented: how he transcended a bleak life on the streets and struggled through a series of ill-fitting jobs before finally being discovered by Daptone's Gabriel Roth. The documentary Charles Bradley: Soul of America, directed by Poull Brien, follows BradleyÂ’s extraordinary journey during the electrifying and transformative months leading up to the release of debut album No Time for Dreaming. The year following the release of No Time For Dreaming was one triumph after another and Victim of Love saw Bradley emerging from his past heartaches stronger and more confident, overflowing with love to share. Victim of Love went on to receive overwhelming praise and was included on "Best of 2013" lists by SPIN, MOJO, Paste, BuzzFeed, Rough Trade & more. The albumÂ’s title track was also named one of Rolling StoneÂ’s "Best Songs of 2013." Charles Bradley has also made a name for himself as a riveting live performer. HeÂ’s taken his show to venues and festivals across the globe including Coachella, Glastonbury Festival and Primavera Sound. BradleyÂ’s also performed on famed stages including the Apollo TheaterÂ—the same place he saw his idol James Brown perform when he was 14 years old, and the Beacon Theatre where heÂ’s separately supported The Tedeschi Trucks Band and the Afghan Whigs.