Dua Lipa will soon have her fans levitating in the joy of her new album.
The Don’t Start Now singer revealed in a new interview that she is currently working on her third studio album, which will be ready to release next year.
She also dished out her plans to pivot from the usual disco tune of her music while staying true to the pop genre in an attempt to avoid making fans feel “alienated.”
However, Lipa shared that the upcoming project would be inspired by “1970s-era psychedelia.”
In the interview with T Magazine, the Albanian singer affirmed her new LP will be “more personal,” though she clarified she doesn’t want to be too open about her life.
“I think it’s a marketing tool: How confessional can you be?” she told the publication. “I also don’t put so much of my life out there for people to dig into the music in this weird, analytical way.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the New Rules singer recounted her experience watching the 2020 Bee Gees documentary How You Can Mend a Broken Heart and "just bawling my eyes out,” throughout.
Her sentiments arose from the theme that “music that just makes your body feel good" and that “those are the songs I get attached to — that’s the kind of feeling I want to convey,” something she resonated with deeply.
Lipa’s recently lent her vocals for a pop hit song from 2023 Barbie, Dance the Night, which ended up becoming a banger overnight.