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Sky Ferreira promises that she really does have new music on the way: “It is FINALLY happening”

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Published: 10:25 pm, June 07, 2018
Sky Ferreira promises that she really does have new music on the way: “It is FINALLY happening”
Sky Ferreira has been teasing her new album ‘Masochism’, the follow-up to debut ‘Night Time, My Time’, for ages now - but apparently there won’t be too much longer to wait.

In a fairly lengthy post on Instagram, she explains that it’s “FINALLY happening”, blaming the delays on “(some absurd) circumstances that were beyond my reach.”

“I am just waiting for the official official official beyond the point of no return release date before I officially announce my single(s) due timing for others involved & the process of the release or whatever," says the post.

“All I can say is that it is FINALLY happening .I’m sorry for being so quiet about everything (I thought I didn’t have much of a choice ) no more gag & bind. I promise I’ll explain the last few years soon.

“Thanks for the support… despite all infinite set backs…”

Read her full statement here.

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