MØ announces new album 'Motordrome'
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After the enormous success behind her 2018 sophomore LP 'Forever Neverland', MØ has now announced her plans for her new studio album 'Motordrome', which is set to be released on the 28th January via RCA.
The new full-length will include the previously shared tracks 'Kindness' and 'Live To Survive', and is being previewed by the two new singles 'Goosebumps' and 'Brad Pitt'.
Speaking about the new offerings, she said, “Both songs are, in each their way, about remembering who you are. Remember that you can shine? Remember there’s a chance of breaking out of the prison that is your mind? To actively move your body out of the loop and into the world”.
While adding about the new record, “I hope that people will feel that it's genuine and that there are stories there that they can connect with. For me this album represents a huge change in my life. Even though I'm still doing what I love doing, it does feel like a new chapter. An era of my life is over and I’m entering a new one. That is scary, but it’s freeing.”
Check out the new video for 'Goosebumps', directed by longtime collaborator Rob Sinclair and Lewis Knaggs, and stream 'Brad Pitt' below.