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Dua Lipa has moved the release date of her new album forwards

'Future Nostalgia' was originally set to arrive on 3rd April, but now will be with us this Friday, 27th March.
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Published: 10:14 am, March 24, 2020
Dua Lipa has moved the release date of her new album forwards

Dua Lipa has moved the release date of her second album forwards.

'Future Nostalgia' was originally set to arrive on 3rd April, but now will be with us this Friday, 27th March.

Speaking on Instagram, she explained she wanted to do it because of the current coronavirus pandemic. “I hope it brings you some happiness, and I hope it makes you smile, and I hope it makes you dance. I hope I make you proud,” she says.

There's also a new track coming tomorrow, 'Break Your Heart'. It's a banger, Dear Reader. Obviously it is.

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Here’s what u missed on my instalive: #BreakMyHeart + video is now coming THIS WEDNESDAY 25th March + #FutureNostalgia THE ALBUM IS COMING THIS FRIDAY 27th of March and New UK and Europe tour dates announced tomorrow 10AM GMT + rest of world dates coming ASAP

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