Carly Rae Jepsen has been working on a new album while on lockdown in Los Angeles during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Carly Rae Jepsen is making a ''little baby quarantine'' album.
The 34-year-old singer is isolating in Los Angeles with her cat during the Covid-19 pandemic and has been using the time productively by writing songs with her frequent collaborator Tavish Crowe, who co-wrote 'Call Me Maybe'.
She told The Guardian newspaper: ''Writing songs over Zoom has been an interesting challenge. I've been working with Tavish Crowe - luckily we've been collaborators for years, so we really know each other well. We have our own little baby quarantine album by now. When I don't have an album immediately due, I just allow myself to experiment. If you heard what we were making you'd be like, 'every song sounds completely different' - and that's the point.''
Carly also revealed she is planning to drop a number of unreleased tracks from her 2019 album 'Dedicated', as she originally wrote around 200 songs for the project.
She said: ''I'm releasing the b-sides to my album 'Dedicated' - I had always hoped that I would be able to share more songs because I had written some 200 for this project. I wouldn't say this b-sides album feels any less important to me than the original album. When quarantine happened, there was still some polishing to do - it was a little tricky to finish an album in quarantine, but I think we're all adapting to it.''
Why has pop-punk made a 2020s resurgence?
One of the most diverse line-ups we've seen for a major awards show in a while.
Having formed in 1999, Kings Of Leon went on to release their debut album, Youth & Young Manhood in 2003, but it was in April 2007 when they released...
Will you be logging on for virtual Glastonbury this May?
Her new lingerie photos have divided opinion across the internet.