Dua Lipa Announces ‘Future Nostalgia’ Album (Tracklist, Release Date, Cover & More)

Returning from her self-titled debut studio album, Dua Lipa is ready to drop a brand new follow-up album. We are yet to hear more than one songs off the new album to decide what tonality it takes. However, what we do know is that there is going to be a whole lot of BOPS and sexy music videos. Welcome to the era of ‘Future Nostalgia.’

Album Title Announcement

Appearing on The Graham Norton Show in November, Dua Lipa said that she will be announcing the album title “soon.” She also added that “it’s like a very nostalgic, disco orientated album…”

Dua Lipa announced her upcoming 2020 album on Twitter on December 1, 2019. She revealed a picture of herself posing in a colourful and tropical two-piece bikini revealing a lot of skin. On this skin, she has the new album titled tattooed. Dua Lipa added a second picture to the post which zoomed in on the tattoo done in cursive. The tattoo reads ‘Future Nostalgia.’

‘Future Nostalgia’ Album Singles Chronology

As of today (December 1, 2019) we have only heard the lead single of the album “Don’t Start Now” released on October 31, 2019. This was followed by the title track “Future Nostalgia” and later by “Physical.”

Cover Artwork of the Album

Image: Genius.com

Tracklist of ‘Future Nostalgia’ Album

  1. Future Nostalgia
  2. Don’t Start Now
  3. Cool
  4. Physical
  5. Levitating
  6. Pretty Please
  7. Hallucinate
  8. Love Again
  9. Break My Heart
  10. Good In Bed
  11. Boys Will Be Boys

Quite a few tracks on the album discuss topics of love and heartbreak. However, “Boys Will Be Boys” makes a strong statement for women empowerment, quite similar to the theme presented in “Physical.”

Album Release Date

In the interview on The Graham Norton Show, Dua Lipa revealed that “the album’s coming next year (2020).” The album is set to release on April 3, 2020. Dua Lipa went on a special live stream on Instagram to announce that her album release, which was scheduled for April 3rd, will be pushed up to March 27, 2020, to ease the pain of COVID-19 quarantine and self-isolation.

Let us hear what you think about this new album by Dua Lipa in the comments below.

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