- 08 Aug 23
The follow up to her 2020 album, Future Nostlagia, will make the transition from disco pop to 1970's era psychedelia.
In a recent profile for T Magazine, Dua Lipa has revealed that a follow up to her 2020 album, Future Nostalgia, is on the way, arriving some time in 2024. The profile heavily suggested that Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker worked on the record with the English singer, saying it’s “a rumor she all but confirms by denying.”
While she supposedly plans to pivot from her disco sound, Lipa told T Magazine that her music would stay in the pop genre, as she doesn’t want to “alienate” fans, however, the popstar also confirmed the project would be inspired by “1970's era psychedelia.”
The 'New Rules' singer also noted that her third LP will be "more personal," but fans shouldn't expect Easter eggs that other pop stars have been more increasingly offering.
“I think it’s a marketing tool: How confessional can you be?” she stated in her T Magazine profile. “I also don’t put so much of my life out there for people to dig into the music in this weird, analytical way.”
After her 2020 release, Future Nostalgia, Lipa worked with the Blessed Madonna for Club Future Nostalgia, a remix album that featured guest appearances from Missy Elliott, Madonna, Mark Ronson, and more.