Lauren Jauregui has lifted the lid on her long-awaited debut project, which she has confirmed is titled ‘Prelude.’
And the former Fifth Harmony singer has spilled details on the set’s unique rollout too.
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Jauregui has revealed that while ‘Prelude’ will land later in the year, she’s giving fans a chance to hear new tracks in live-form songs before their formal release.
The 25-year-old will be doing this by way of a special global livestream performance in partnership with Moment House on October 14 and October 15.
Directed by Matthew Daniel Siskin (Beyonce, 6LACK), the cinematic performance is touted as offering a “peek into Lauren’s creative mind and what the songstress has been working on these last four years.”
Speaking to Billboard about what those who tune in can expect, Jauregui said:
“I want the story to tell itself through the music. It’s very introspective. I go through a lot of different emotions and revealings throughout it. And it’s also just the beginning, you know? So it’s just the first round of people seeing me for the songwriter that I am and for the artist that I am across the board, even beyond just the music. Like just the whole vision of everything coming to life.
I want people to experience the rawness of the songs, and I feel like I really captured that.”
Check out the trailer:
We’ve had many of Ms. Jauregui’s songs on repeat for a while. As such, we’re elated to see the wheels in motion for her first body of work and this alternative means of introducing the music.