Dua Lipa Announces New Single ‘Illusion’ As Fans Await Album » Yours Truly

2 mins read

Dua Lipa, the popular English singer and songwriter, has announced exciting news for her fans. Her new album, “Radical Optimism,” is set to be released on May 3rd, and she has just revealed that she will be releasing a new single from the album called “Illusion” on April 11th. The album promises to be a unique blend of psychedelia, trip-hop, and Britpop music, which is sure to delight her fans.

Lipa has been working on the album for some time, and she has recently invited her fans to join her on her creative journey. She has shared that she rewrote many parts of the album to make it perfect, which shows her dedication to producing high-quality music. She also worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Kevin Parker from Tame Impala, Danny L. Harle, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Caroline Ailin. The extended period of collaboration helped to make the process feel more like they were part of a band, which is evident in the music. Lipa recently revealed that one particular song gave her the “eureka moment” when working on the album. She has not revealed which song, but this only adds to the excitement surrounding the album’s release. The album’s success is already apparent, with Lipa set to headline Glastonbury 2024 alongside Coldplay and SZA.

For those who can’t wait for the album release, Lipa has also scheduled a one-off concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London for this autumn. The historic venue has been the backdrop for some of the most iconic performances in music history, and Lipa’s concert promises to be one to remember. Additionally, she has scheduled a series of European shows for this summer, which will undoubtedly be a treat for her fans. Lipa’s announcement of a documentary film that captures her visit to Worthy Farm, where Glastonbury is held, has further heightened interest in her upcoming album. Her fans eagerly await the release of the album.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.