Tears For Fears have announced details of their first album in nearly two decades. The Tipping Point arrives on 22 February 2022 via Concord Records, a mere 18 years after their last LP together, 2004’s Everybody Loves A Happy Ending.
After the worldwide success of her debut album ‘Believer’, LAU’s long awaited new material is finally here. ‘Undecided’ is the first single from her highly anticipated sophomore album, due in February 2022.
LAU (AKA Laura Fares), is a prominent figure in the Synthwave and Retrowave scenes has finally gone solo after over a decade of writing Synthwave hits for other artists. As it was expected, this track is another fantastically catchy Retrowave/Synthpop single, about falling in love in these pandemic times, dealing with a long distance relationship and the uncertainty of it all.
Like a true storyteller (and in a typical LAU style), her lyrics come straight from the heart and are as biographical as they can be.
For ‘Undecided’, she has teamed up once again with American Producer Brian Skeel, with whom she’s worked on her debut album ‘Believer’ and the result is as powerful and infectious as they have us accustomed.
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'DISCO (Guest List Edition)' follows the 2020 release of ‘DISCO’, Kylie’s eighth UK No.1 album, which saw her make chart history once more as the first female artist to have a UK No.1 album in five consecutive decades.
With this brand-new edition Kylie releases new tracks ‘A Second to Midnight’ (with Years & Years) ‘Can’t Stop Writing Songs About You’ (with Gloria Gaynor) and ‘Kiss of Life’ (with Jessie Ware). These new songs will be featured alongside remixes plus established favourites including ‘Real Groove (Studio 2054 Remix)’ with Dua Lipa.
Kylie’s record-breaking fifteenth studio album ‘DISCO’ was released to widespread acclaim last year and was hailed as ‘an irresistible tonic to real life. Thank God for Kylie Minogue’ by Metro in a 5* review and ‘the ultimate rescue remedy’ by The Observer (4*). It featured lead singles ‘Say Something’, which received widespread praise - deemed ‘a galactic slice of pop music heaven’ by i-D - and ‘Magic’, which NME called ‘an exuberant, horn-fuelled romp.’