Dua Lipa - Radical Optimism

 (Limited Edition Clear Vinyl)

Dua Lipa - Radical Optimism


Warner Bros.



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Dua Lipa's third album Radical Optimism

First full-length release since 2020!

Includes "Houdini" "Training Season" and "Illusion"

Inspired by Dua's own self-discovery, Radical Optimism is an album that taps into the pure joy and happiness of having clarity in situations that once seemed impossible to face. The hard goodbyes and vulnerable beginnings that previously threatened to crush your soul, become milestones as you choose optimism and start to move with grace through the chaos.

Infused with the energy of Dua's hometown, London, the attitude of the album embodies the rawness, honesty, confidence and freedom of ‘90s Britpop. Radical Optimism transports its listener to a dreamy pop world rich in musicality, lyrically unapologetic and sonically liberating. The 3x Grammy and 7x Brit Award-winning global pop powerhouse worked with a team of core collaborators throughout the project including Caroline Ailin, Danny L. Harle, Tobias Jesso Jr. and Kevin Parker.

As she stated to Billboard recently, "(Releasing the album) feels good. It feels for lack of a better word — radically optimistic. Throughout the whole record, there's this idea of chaos happening around and me trying to push through it in a way that feels authentic and honest to me."

Dua also chatted with Apple Music's Zane Lowe about the album's overarching theme, which is happiness.

"With this album, I feel like I've managed to put so much more honesty out there, and be really open in a way that I don't think I've ever had the chance to," she revealed. "There's this one song, which is the last song in the album called 'Happy for You.' And I love that song because, to me, it's about seeing someone who you were with move on, and be really happy for them. And I probably wouldn't have been able to write that song on my first or second record because I don't feel like I probably would've grown as a person or as an artist to be able to see someone that you loved move on. Or I would've found it difficult."



Side A
1. End Of An Era
2. Houdini
3. Training Season
4. These Walls
5. Whatcha Doing

Side B
1. French Exit
2. Illusion
3. Falling Forever
4. Anything For Love
5. Maria
6. Happy For You

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