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Listen: snippet of Leona Lewis’ rumoured new single ‘Love Birds’

An ‘edgier’ dance sound didn’t quite work for X Factor winner Leona Lewis in 2011, resulting in her album ‘Glassheart’ being postponed until March 2012 so they could record additional new tracks. Her rumoured new single ‘Love Birds‘ sees Leona returning to her mid-tempo balladry of old. It’s nothing radical, but it’s easy on the ear.

The track was written by Bonnie McKee, who also wrote ‘Hold It Against Me‘ for Britney Spears, plus Katy Perry‘s ‘California Gurls’ and ‘Teenage Dream’. Leona’s new album ‘Glassheart’ is expected on 26th March.


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    8 Responses to “Listen: snippet of Leona Lewis’ rumoured new single ‘Love Birds’”

    1. really strong. still loved 'Collide' though x.

    2. That ´s the way Leona has to take in order to have sucess.

    3. I Think Whatever Leona Lewis Does It Sounds Amaze! I Loved Collide And Hurt, But Also Like This! Cannot Wait For Glassheart In March! <3 X

    4. Feels like a back-step. Nice. But ridiculously safe. Where's the Naughty Boy/Emeli Sande tracks that were initially on the final track-list? That's what I want to hear.

    5. Safe, yes. But still amazing.

    6. Never a good sign when albums are 'delayed'. I understand artists need to grow and change direction, but you can't alienate your already existing fan-base and Leona is world famous for her power ballads and soaring vocals. This track is typical Leona and is needed for a new album along with a new/maybe experimental sound – combine both on the new album and you keep everyone happy – just can't believe this strategy wasn't considered with the original release date/track list of the album?

    7. Bit dull, great voice though.