After dealing with several trials and tribulations, singer Leona Lewis is “excited” about the release of her forthcoming album ‘Glassheart.’ Planned for release in November, the set is led by the first single “Collide,” and will be followed by “Trouble,” according to Lewis.
“Yes, I think ‘Trouble’ will be the second single,” she told Digital Spy. “I can’t wait for everyone to hear it. I’m really excited about it. It’s one that I really love.”
As far as the direction of ‘Glassheart,’ Lewis says she experimented with several types of sounds.
“So the album is such an eclectic mix. I’ve really got to delve into every kind of music that I love, really try everything and make the best of everything.” She says. “Because I love so many different genres, it’s kind of hard to just pick one thing to do, so I just did everything!”
Some fans may be disappointed about getting less though, since Lewis only wants to release a 10-track effort: “I want to make a ten-track album. It’s difficult to do that, but I think we’re going to accomplish it. I want the strongest [tracks] and that’s it – no fillers or anything. I want the strongest songs and I think we have them.”