It seems Leona Lewis is conjuring up a striking image to compliment her striking voice.
The British belle is gearing up to release her third studio album ‘Glassheart’ and appears on the cover of ‘The Guardian’, as the promotional wheels for the project begin a-turning.
Check out what she had to say about tracks from the LP below…
Via The Guardian / Theo:
There’s the orchestral soundscape of ‘Sugar’, the eastern-tinged 80s electro of ‘Fire Flies’. Most intriguingly, there’s the stunning trip-hop of Trouble (“It’s very London,”), as if Kate Bush in 1979 was transported through a pop Tardis to front Massive Attack in 1991. Her spectral vocal imploring “I’m a whole lot of trouble.”
“It’s definitely true,” she smiles. “I am a whole lot of trouble.”
While elsewhere, the article reads:
Leona, as if beamed through a Star Trek transporter, is now barely visible behind a charcoal vocal booth curtain, singing a song no one has mentioned, a soaring reverie over mournful piano and strings, called Blank Page. “I am a blaaaaaank page,” she serenades, a soul-bending power lilt somewhere between Sinéad O’Connor and Barbra Streisand, “waiting for life to start.” It might just do for Leona what Someone Like You has done for Adele.