It’s been a while since Kelly Clarkson surprised us with some original new music, but she’s finally ready for a comeback. The Grammy-winning singer announced the release of her tenth studio album Chemistry and said it will hit the shelves “really soon”.
Clarkson took to social media to reveal she’s been working on some new music for the past three years and she’s finally ready to share it with the world. She didn’t name names, but her statement made it clear that her divorce from Brandon Blackstock served as inspiration for this record.
“This album is definitely the arc of an entire relationship. A whole relationship shouldn’t be brought down to just one thing. So there’s the good, the bad, and the ugly kinda thing going on it,” said Clarkson.
The singer also said that she opted for the title Chemistry because she was looking for one word that perfectly encapsulates its energy. One of the songs on this LP will be named “Chemistry”, and it’s also expected to feature tracks “Red Flag Collector” and “Raw Cuts” / “Rock Hudson”.
Chemistry will mark Clarkson’s first release since her Christmas album When Christmas Comes Around… in 2021 and covers EP Kellyoke in 2022. Her last regular album Meaning of Life was released in 2017, and it earned her two more Grammy nominations.