Carly Rae Jepsen has a quarantine album on the way (Picture: Steve Jennings/WireImage)
Carly Rae Jepsen revealed she is making a ‘little baby quarantine’ album and we’re ready.
The 34-year-old singer has been doing lockdown a lot better than most of us and has been writing songs with her frequent collaborator Tavish Crowe – who co-wrote Call Me Maybe.
Speaking to The Guardian, the star explained: ‘Writing songs over Zoom has been an interesting challenge. I’ve been working with Tavish Crowe – luckily we’ve been collaborators for years, so we really know each other well.
‘We have our own little baby quarantine album by now. When I don’t have an album immediately due, I just allow myself to experiment.’
She continued: ‘If you heard what we were making you’d be like, “every song sounds completely different” – and that’s the point.’
We’re waiting to be blessed with an album covering every genre.
Carly has been isolating in Los Angeles (Picture: Rich Fury/Getty Images for Spotify)
Carly’s last album, Dedicated, was released in 2019, reached number 18 in the Billboard Hot 100.
She originally wrote around 200 songs for the project and plans on releasing some of them.
That’s lockdown sorted.
‘I’m releasing the b-sides to my album Dedicated – I had always hoped that I would be able to share more songs because I had written some 200 for this project,’ Carly continued.
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‘I wouldn’t say this b-sides album feels any less important to me than the original album.’
She added: ‘When quarantine happened, there was still some polishing to do – it was a little tricky to finish an album in quarantine, but I think we’re all adapting to it.’
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