Here’s The Title Of Kylie Minogue’s Next Album


Kylie Minogue has finally announced the title of her upcoming album.

The singer spilled the beans on her Twitter account that her highly-anticipated 14th studio album will be titled Golden.

“It’s true. We have GOLDEN times ahead! I can’t wait to share new music with you,” she tweeted.

The new record is expected to be released later this year and is her first major release since the festive Kylie Christmas in 2015.

It’s Kylie’s first original studio album since 2014’s Kiss Me Once.

The album’s lead single is expected to be released before the end of the month, and Kylie has said she also plans to tour this year.

Kylie has been tight-lipped about the new songs, but has previously spoken about the album’s recording sessions in Nashville, Tennessee, suggesting the album could have a country flavour.

“I went to Nashville for two weeks and that became the album,” she told The Sun newspaper in October.

“I did a lot of work on the album before that but Nashville had a profound effect on me.

“The songs are very storytelling and story-based. It was so great to do things a little bit differently.”

She also told the publication there was “a little bit of heartbreak” on the album after her breakup with actor Joshua Sasse.

“Definitely, in the last year, there’s been some of that but we bounce back. Most of it is super positive and inspiring, as a note to self as much as anything else. I’m feeling great right now.”

“It was cathartic. It was good. In the studio it’s a slightly weird concept to be spending seven, eight, nine hours in a room with people sometimes you don’t know.

“If you’re working with good people it’s the perfect place to deal with stuff.”

Back in the saddle. ?? #studio

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#studio ?? It's all about … um … TIMING!!@biffco @setond

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