MØ’s been teasing the follow-up to her 2014 debut, "No Mythologies To Follow", for what feels like ages now, tiding fans over in the meantime with a surprise EP and numerous collaborations with the likes of Diplo and Charli XCX. Now, the Danish pop singer has finally announced her sophomore album; it’s called "Forever Neverland".
MØ describes the album as being about “imaginary love and living in a bubble.” She’s also shared its lead single, “Sun In Our Eyes”, in which she, again, teams up with Diplo for the bright, breezy track, which sets the singer’s powerhouse vocals against wistful, aching lyrics.
Along with the announcement, came the album trailer posted online this September 5th, in which we can hear lyrics from "West Hollywood": "I turn on the radio but there's nothing that I wanna hear/I just wanna drift away listening to some old shit/Oh lately I've been holding back every single tear/Now I just wanna turn it all the way up and get the fuck away from here".
"Forever Neverland" is due out October 19th via Columbia Records.