Leona Lewis Album Delayed Until 2012
"Glassheart" was originally being eyed for a November release.
Leona Lewis has announced that her album, Glassheart, will now be released in 2012 instead of November of this year.
On her Facebook page, the British singer wrote, "Just wanted to update everyone on the album! I'm feeling so inspired right now and have decided to continue recording!"
Lewis continued, "I have a collection of songs that I'm so in love with and I [know] there's more to be born so it means the album will come early next year x."
Though Glassheart won't be available for a few more months, the first single, "Collide," was released earlier this year. Written and produced by Autumn Rowe and produced by Sandy Vee, DJ Avicii said that the track was copied from his 2010 song, "Penguin," according to MTV. He was subsequently given a co-writing credit.
Lewis is slated to perform at Michael Jackson's tribute concert on Oct. 8 in Cardiff, Wales. Her last album, Echo, was released in November 2009. Her debut disc, Spirit, was released two years prior.