Dua Lipa will be back in 2020 with a new album, 'Future Nostalgia'

The British musician is set to make a major comeback next year with a second album which will also be accompanied by a European tour.

The singer of "New Rules" will have us dancing again next year with her latest project, a second album entitled "Future Nostalgia." News of the new disk follows hot on the heels of the release of the single "Don't Start Now" a month ago. However, the presence of this title on the track list for the forthcoming album has yet to be confirmed.

Watch the video for "Don't Start Now" by Dua Lipa: https://youtu.be/oygrmJFKYZY

To accompany the new album, Dua Lipa will embark on a tour of Europe, which is set to debut in Madrid on April 26. Tickets are to go on sale from December 6 on the musician's website: https://www.dualipa.com/

In the columns of RollingStone.com, the young British singer explains that she broke out of her comfort zone to create the album, which draws inspiration from, among others, Gwen Stefani, Moloko, Blondie and Outkast. She also added that she had worked on a sound with a greater "live element, but mixed together with modern electronic production."


Following the release of her first album, "Dua Lipa," in 2017, the singer collaborated with Calvin Harris on the single "One Kiss" and with Diplo and Mark Ronson on "Electricity."